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.
Classic marble flooring and an antique side table blend beautifully with a freestanding soaker tub in this Victorian-meets-contemporary master bath. A cafe curtain-inspired window treatment adds privacy and casual flair. Keeping the upper part of the window bare means the homeowners are able to show off the Victorian home's original curved millwork.
At first glance, this living room is by-the-book traditional, but a closer look reveals that the design drifts into contemporary territory. Staying true to the home's traditional architecture, the majority of the furnishings -- such as the wing-backed chair and antique side tables -- follow suit but transitional accent chairs and bookshelf accessories give the room an updated feel.
The living room's contemporary white upholstered chaise lounge, white floor lamps, antique wood side tables, and neutral floor to ceiling window curtains and window shades set the perfect sitting area for views of the outdoors and lake.
Gold is a regal choice that demands attention in this once-overlooked guest bedroom. Glass and antique brass side tables give the room a more modern look, and are topped with lamps from a discount home store selected by Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster. A streamlined slipcovered headboard offers flexibility for future makeovers.
This contemporary living room combines midcentury modern and antique accents, with a white tulip table, gray upholstered sofa with pink and green accent pillows, brown upholstered antique side chairs, and a modern bookshelf with wood and ceramic vases.