Many antique pieces are present in this historical Maine farmhouse. The distressed wood of the console table matches beautifully with the rustic accessories and the artwork, blending history with modern day decor.
An heirloom-quality pewter iron crib, silk crib bedding and antique silver furniture help this uniquely shaped nursery to sparkle. Artwork featuring a lion and a lamb coordinates with the plush animals around the changing table, lending a sense of cohesion to the space.
A gray wall, with a painted quote, supports this ribbed wooden desk with a matching traditional chair. A vintage phone and chrome lamp sit in front of propped, framed contemporary artwork that adds red and orange hues to the dark tones.
You can turn anything into a collection. Group a trio of mirrors with an interesting finish, such as an antique patina, on a wall for instant artwork. If you find mirrors with different sizes and frames at a yard sale or thrift store, patina the frames and mirrors to achieve the same look. “Grouping affordable mirrors is a great way to add charm and interest to a wall,” says Julie Montgomery, owner of Julie Montgomery Interiors in Atlanta.
This homeowner's collections include many interests. One such interest is antique tools, many of which are prominently featured above the kitchen table. Hung around them are pictures of these antique tools being used by their original owners. The rest of the kitchen points the eye to the collection while still being elegant and welcoming. Rich wood cabinets bring warmth to the space, while granite countertops add texture. There is little else on the countertops, however, making the homeowner's collection the focal point in the space.
Varying sizes of mounted antlers hang above a gray, distressed antique cabinet with open middle shelf. A dark patterned arm chair sits in the foreground. The majority of color is provided by the large framed artwork of a flower garden and the small surrounding plants.
Just off the pantry area where Antonio Martin's antique craftsman's tools are on display and at the front of the design floor, sits an antique Chines chair next to a modern buffet and three pieces of modern artwork.
A set of antique wooden oars hangs as artwork on one wall of this living room, representing the family’s love of the outdoors and being on the water. A sectional sofa with a chaise at one end is covered in a durable, family-friendly fabric. Graphic textiles provide visual punch.
This beautiful Asian spa in spired master bathroom is the ultimate place to relax in this on-the-go city. Twenty six floors above the Las Vegas Strip, this bathroom feels like a quick trip to their orient. The double sink vanity is custom made from zebra wood, which gives the space a more authentic look. A large soaker tub is tucked away behind a small wall so that bathers can still enjoy the view from the sky, but are also given a bit of privacy. The accents in the space also help to give it that private, spa feel. The koi fish on the wall bring in the Asian inspiration, while the cherry ladder shelving houses spa essentials as well as antique Asian accessories.
Matching twin beds with bright white bedding flank a shared bedside table in a small bedroom where the ceiling is covered in a graphic green and white wallpaper. Solid green walls boast framed artwork, an oval gold mirror, and sunburst detailing.