A small bedroom nook is put to good use with a spacious window seat decorated with stylish patterned pillows. Green antique-style corbels in the top corners of the nook bring color to the mainly-white room.
This quaint brick home has plenty of English charm. The arches over the doorway are reminiscent of Romanesque/Norman architecture and the two large bay windows are a big selling point for this house as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
The folly is an open-air structure fabricated and carved from solid reclaimed teak. Hand-carved Balinese ornamental corbels highlight the 14" square solid teak corner posts. The rich wood color shines against the concrete foundation, steps and the surrounding plant life.
Enhance the look of any island by adding stylish brackets, or corbels, to support the countertop. Choose weathered wood corbels for a casual rustic touch, or accentuate a traditional kitchen with ornate brackets. Metal supports create an industrial look. To complete the look, add comfort to wooden barstools with cushions or apply nailhead trim to existing stools. In this kitchen, Terracotta Design Build chose chunky, wooden corbels to give this traditional island a hint of rustic texture.
Decorative wrought iron accents above the cabinets complement the pendants in this Mediterranean-style kitchen. Cast stone corbels support the spacious island, coordinating with the corbels supporting the extravagant range hood. Gorgeous wood cabinets with ornately carved details pull the look together.
This outdoor dining area features a ceiling fan along with custom-made corbels, new posts and balustrades. The adjacent lush garden features pavers, a fountain and a hammock that results in the ultimate backyard retreat.
A long wall, that had separated the kitchen from the living space, was removed as well, creating the opportunity to add a large island that helps define the space. Corbels on either side of the columns adds an architectural touch that mimics that on the outdoor columns, and helps further delineate the space.
The designers wanted a vintage quality for this guest bathroom and were inspired by old washstands. A sofa table became the perfect vanity, topped with marble corbels and a shelf. Smaller round mirrors and simple sconces next to the larger washstand helped balance the room's overall scale.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah removed a dividing wall between the kitchen and living room to create this beautiful, open plan space. Sarah accented the remaining support beams with charming antique corbels and added cheery neutral paint colors for a cottage-style feel.