In this small but fancy bathroom, the design inspiration started with a golden antique mirror. Brass and bronze fixtures were chosen to complement it; black and white tiles are the perfect backdrop. Sink: Duravit; Plumbing fixtures: Lightinthebox; Sconce: Restoration Hardware; Tile: Nemo Tile
Habachy Designs wanted to create depth through texture. The chandelier is made from natural Nguni cow horn in Africa, the table is made of solid wood and clad in antique brass and textured. The dining chairs have a clean, modern silhouette but are slipcovered to give a more casual look. The atom bowl holding succulents is made of iron and hand-crafted which gives it more character. Accessories throughout the space are artifacts and imported pieces from Africa and Asia. The vintage lion door knocker was an accessory that was found, custom mounted and had a stand built specifically to showcase the piece on the mantel.
An antique side table, a brass swing arm floor lamp and a deep rose velvet bergère chair are brightened by white tulips set in a clear glass vase. Balcony french doors allow natural light to brighten the room, framed by heavy neutral curtains.
This masculine den and club room features deep purple walls, woodwork, and antique upholstered sofa, traditional leather arm chairs and brass chandelier, a zebra print rug, and a bold photographic print.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson maintained the antique charm of this century-old kitchen by filling the space with vintage china, brass flower vases and pretty blue and white floral wallpaper.
A sunburst mirror hangs above a brass-finished antique bar cart in this eclectic room. Nothing brings life to a space more than plants, and this orchid is no exception. The plant perfectly reflects the airy yet structured feel of the room.
Scour thrift stores and antique shops for brass coffee tables and other fixtures and you might find yourself transforming your living room from ho-hum to va-va-voom. Designer Rivers Spencer brings the glamour with choice gold features in this stunning living room.
The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design
A special resting place was created in a second floor hallway that leads to an outdoor balcony overlooking this Houston estate. Oversized chairs, a wood pedestal center table, brass side tables and abstract artwork complement the antique wool area rug and custom draperies in a pink Ikat print.
Custom draperies add character to this eclectic living room. A stock image of an antique map was blown up and printed on a heavyweight canvas to create the one-of-a-kind look. Combined with the brass spotlight and blue velvet sofa, the corner almost has a nautical feel.
This Manhattan library starts with luxurious leather floor tiles on the walls and is finished with rich furnishings. An early 20th century French brass lamp sits on a Chinoiserie desk inlaid with bone. The red velvet sofas are designed after an antique the designer saw in Paris and have a custom trapunto back.
A burlap canopy and bed hanging evokes casual countryside style and enhances a new four-poster bed. Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques,” which features the home of architect Norman Askins, says accessories like the brass candlestick and hurricane lamp are inexpensive and intensify the style of the room.
Luxury wallpaper depicting the Italian countryside is a tranquil backdrop for this room by Michael Herold Design for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2018. Antiques and gold leaf lighting combine with modern art and metallic details, such as the brass railing and dresser handles. The various patterns and visual designs are inspired by Herold’s recent trip to Europe.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose traditional blue floral wallpaper, brass accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with an attached dining table.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose white subway tile, brass and blue accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with attached dining table.