This whimsical sitting room is full of interest thanks to layers of antiques and artwork. By keeping the accents within the same general color palette -- bright red, green and pops of blue -- the designers ensured that the various patterns would look cohesive.
A collection of white frames featuring colorful, antique cars decorate this wainscoted wall in the living room. Below, a console table is just the right height to easily reach books and water the orchid.
A jumble of antique finds—mirrors, artwork, globes—makes this cabinet a fascinating conversation piece. There's also convenient hidden storage behind two closed-door cabinets and drawers, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
The collection in this room has its roots in ancient Asia. The tiger wood nightstand plays off the copper statue resting atop it as well as the antique artwork that adorns the wall. To brighten the room, large windows allow plenty of natural light into the space and accent of the live orchid that sits on the nightstand.
Forget plain old paintings and sketches -- the art in this teen's room is a unique combination of antique tennis racquets and an oversized metal initial. Rustic plaid linens are complemented with contemporary-inspired -- and matching -- striped pillow, throw blanket and window treatments. Antique record boxes serve as a storage space-packed bedside table.
An antique tapestry and funky chandelier set the tone for the home's third floor, creating an easy-going and eclectic atmosphere. As they head down the hall, guests will find a cozy reading corner and two bedrooms.
Designer Elissa Russo creates this hallway focal point with a photograph in a burled wood frame to connect visually to the antique chest beneath. Alone, the photo would have been too small, floating in space above the heavy piece of furniture. But the trim and the carefully placed objects on the trunk create an eye-catching tableau.
Robin LaMonte designed this bedroom with striped window treatments and antique elements, including a sleigh bed frame and framed artwork. Mixing and matching furniture pieces adds interest to the bedroom. The custom silk window treatments were positioned behind the bed to hide the small window.
An antiqued wooden wine console table acts as a second bar area in DIYer Amanda Macy Hall’s Atlanta home. She selected bottles and napkins with style, with artwork from an illustrated recipe and a cookbook by Atlanta’s Kevin Gillespie, a 2016 James Beard Award nominee.
Black and white floral artwork beckons visitors to a sophisticated living room designed by BAMO. Contemporary artwork joins with classic pieces and antiques in the Hong Kong home for timeless and elegant interiors.
An antique etching in this dining room repeats the arched opening, which leads into the waxed brick foyer. The concentrated lighting pulls the eyes to the beautifully-framed artwork. Shell napkin holders and neutral linens set the mood for a relaxed champagne brunch.