An American country oak sideboard holds a collection of antique brass candlesticks, bowls and hand bells. A pair of Victorian tole lanterns, blue and white striped wallpaper and a Colonial painting add sophisticated country style to the space.
The Moroccan lanterns and table runner add a global touch to this small dining area with a thin table made from railroad ties and a contemporary metal base. A mixture of seating - two antique chairs and a distressed bench - bring in a rustic quality.
This eat-in kitchen lends a farmhouse vibe with its breakfast bar made from 100-year-old barn siding and lantern pendant lights hanging above. Sage green accents are mixed in with the white cabinets and a neutral stone countertop. Hardwood floors lend a finishing touch.
A dining room and living room share a beautiful open plan design. An antique-inspired lantern above the dining table houses three white candles, while the star of the living room is the charming rustic coffee table over a red area rug.
A cast-iron trough sink with three faucets adds antique flair to this warm, rustic bathroom. Four layered lanterns provide ample light, highlighting the stone countertop, wood vanity with towel storage and stone floor.
A soaking tub adds a contemporary touch to this cottage bathroom. Plaid curtains, a three-legged antique wood stool, a painted wood stepping stool and a painted lantern-style pendant light bring a homier feel to the room.
This breakfast room is furnished with comfortable and whimsical antiques. An "Auberge" lunge chair from Formations has removable side wings and is upholstered in Robert Kime "Bird's Nest" printed linen. Curtains are a colorful strawberry and leaf linen from Robert Kime, with "Bentley Ticking Stripe" banding from Brunschwig and Fils. The overhead lantern is French, from Gore Dean Antiques.
Indiana limestone, a slate roof, an antique door and a pendant lantern set the tone for this LEED-certified English Country manor home on Lake Keowee. The home's steep roof lines are characteristic of its Old World design style.
This newly-built beach house achieves old-house charm by swapping ubiquitous pendants over the peninsula for flush-mounted milk glass orbs, antique finds worth every penny. Over the dining table, a large lantern is a stylish focal point while a trio of salvaged copper marine lights, one above each window, illuminate the sink.