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.
This royal prince nursery, designed by celebrity nursery designer Sherri Blum, features baby blue, creamy white and silver to give it an ethereal appeal. An heirloom-quality pewter iron crib, an antique silver changing table and a beautiful chandelier complete the elegant, regal design.
This chic baby boy nursery features simple white and neutral furniture, like a tufted chair and changing table. Gray illustrated wallpaper and a crystal chandelier add interesting touches, while a floor-to-ceiling antique mirror completes the look of the space.
Under the two windows that flank the fireplace sit two metal and glass console tables with outdoor table lamps that have a white bulbous base. Assorted coffee table books and decorative accessories like a silver and marble clock and antique decoy duck decorate the shelves of the console tables.
Making changes to your kitchen’s style can be as easy as setting the table. When choosing table decor, it’s OK to use an assortment of plates and glasses purchased new and picked up at antique sales, as long as they’re in the same color palette. “Choose one color range and use it,” says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “Add flower and fruit displays that have the same color.”
As seen on Love It or List It, this beautiful, dark stained farmhouse table is the center of attention in this dining room. The light color in the space is accented by the natural light coming in through the window bank, while the antique silver serving trays give the space a vintage feel.
Designer Phillip Silver selected a quartz chandelier from Portugal, mirrored table top and antique commodes to add appeal to this fashion-inspired living room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The furniture is arranged in multiple seating areas to encourage intimate conversations in a room ready for a glamorous party.
For a simple and affordable gallery wall, a series of photos from the homeowner's travels were cropped to show just the graphic details. When the black-and-white photos are paired with affordable white frames, the result is striking. The turquoise chair was a splurge, but it is paired with an antique silver plant stand for a budget-friendly side table.