To truly make their apartment space their own, these homeowners showcased the artwork and accessories they collected over their travels, such as the vintage Hmong pillows on the sofa and the gallery wall above it.
Pick the accessories you wear most often — hats, scarves, belts, shoes jewelry, etc. — to hang on your peg rack. That way, your rack is styled with your favorite things, and your go-to outfit staples are all in one spot. Goodbye, frantic mornings.
As for snagging vintage finds, Amy’s go-to recommendations are Facebook Marketplace, estate sales, antique stores and barn sales. The blue Victorian sofa in her living room? A Facebook Marketplace find she came across while traveling in St. Louis. The vintage cane back chairs were also from Marketplace. Amy’s pro tip: “To give the chairs a French vintage look like the rest of our home, we refinished and reupholstered them both in classic Provencal colors.”
Looking for a high-energy, tone-on-tone look? Consider hot pink, salmon and white. When paired, hot pink and salmon seem very similar, almost seamless; however, once separated by white, the colors' distinctive differences come to life.
The loft features several built-in shelves, the perfect spots to display the homeowner's favorite art pieces and coffee table books. A vase of leaves is a fresh way to bring nature and life into the space, while the bright orange vase brings a pop of color.
Although Chris wasn't thrilled with the vanity included with the purchase of his high-rise condo unit, he couldn't justify the cost of replacing it. Instead he dressed up the vanity with an unusual choice for a mirror. To evoke an overall organic and graphic vibe, he went with a round mirror covered with reclaimed twigs.