This light and bright master bathroom features a spacious vanity with a white porcelain vessel sink, white stone countertops and white wood cabinets. A pair of sconces frames the mirror above the vanity, while a nearby antique green armoire provides storage and a pop of color.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson added interest to an awkward half wall in this home's entryway by installing antique leaded glass windows that she took from an old library cabinet.
This beautiful antiqued secretary with cabriolet legs and glass-front doors would add elegant style to any space. A series of shelves, cubbies and drawers makes it easy to stay organized. Display favorite books and keepsakes in the cabinet above.
With an antique cabinet, white-washed table and two cowhide chairs, this dining room is traditional with a charming, country twist. A small chandelier brightens the space for dinner, drinks and conversation.
This homeowner's collections include many interests. One such interest is antique tools, many of which are prominently featured above the kitchen table. Hung around them are pictures of these antique tools being used by their original owners. The rest of the kitchen points the eye to the collection while still being elegant and welcoming. Rich wood cabinets bring warmth to the space, while granite countertops add texture. There is little else on the countertops, however, making the homeowner's collection the focal point in the space.
Neutral stone tile makes up the backsplash of this traditional kitchen. A produce basket and repurposed antique basket sits on top of granite countertops. Traditional white cabinets with bronze drawer pulls provide storage for plates and pots.
A big hood is needed to vent the large 60-inch commercial-style Electrolux range in this kitchen, but it looks less overpowering with its wood encasement and tiled backsplash with “La Leaf” design in copper and antique copper.
This stunning, stand-alone Chinoiserie cabinet is adorned with gold paint and centered under coordinating black and gold frames for simplistic sophistication. Amy Morris of Amy Morris Interiors adds height to this classically-inspired living space by vertically stacking antique pieces against a neutral wall.
An exposed-beam ceiling, wood-paneled walls and a wicker-frame sofa add an organic element to this neutral transitional living room. An antique cabinet draws the eye while mustard-yellow swivel chairs add welcome color to the room.
At the end of a long hallway decorated in whimsical butterfly wallpaper sits an antique cabinet with open shelves, perfect for displaying the homeowners' collection of Asian accessories. The cabinet also provides closed storage for hiding away linens and dishware.
Marble floors from the Old East Denver High School guide visitors into the foyer. Here, a console table, armchair and antique cabinet warm the white walls, while stairs and a gold chandelier draw the eye towards the home's second level.
This imaginative kitchen combines unique elements to create a rustic vintage aesthetic. The diverse materials include reclaimed pine cabinetry, chicken wire, antique telephone-operator barstools and a mix of white marble and walnut countertops.
Use beadboard to line a cabinet with glass doors or even open shelving to create instant, old-fashioned appeal, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." The book features this 18th century farmhouse kitchen in Alabama.