This guest bedroom chock-full of unexpected design items is at once quirky and layered with depth. Hitting an antiques store when decorating a room can provide endless inspiration and help you define your space -- take, for example, the old tuba and the antique fan made into a wall clock. Both are fun and youthful -- and may be cheap additions that provide endless personality.
A gracious dining room is the ideal setting for an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. HGTV fan BelleInteriors sets the stage with rich colors, antique furnishings and a roaring fireplace.
This modern white cottage bedroom combines modern and antique accessories, neutral upholstered headboard, white bed linens and bedside table, swing arm reading lights, midcentury modern accent chair, and modern ceiling fan.
Designer Stephanie Andrews, founder of Balance Design, is a big fan of hitting up antique stores for cool mid-century pieces, such as the tiered coffee table the used in this Atlanta home. Plus, the shape gives multiple places to display items, such as orange accessories that matched the bar stools.