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.
Young newlyweds were looking to transform their home into a chic, sophisticated space for both relaxation and entertaining friends and family. Designer Heather Garrett and her team's approach was to utilize materials that were both luxe and livable, taking into consideration pets and a baby on the way.
The renovations were all about creating spaces for entertaining. The compartmentalized main living spaces were opened up with the help of a structural engineer. A bearing wall and two outdated columns were replaced by steel beams that fit into the ceiling system above, and the structural work continued all the way down to the footers in the basement. Garrett and her team worked decorative moulding around the new ceiling beams to make it appear as if they were always part of the home.
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.
A deep, royal blue sofa and tufted yellow coffee table stand out in this natural living room design. A pair of wood stools with baby blue seat tops are a unique seating addition. A natural and brown rug adds an interesting pattern below the furniture. Gray stone frames the fireplace finished with a white mantle. Color coordinated bookshelves compliment the bold furniture colors.
This Alaskan inspired baby boy's nursery is the perfect blend of masculinity and elegance. The cool blues are calming, while natural wood furniture brings a rugged touch to the space. Faux fur details help bring the Alaskan design to life, while the chair and ottomans in the sitting area help to add texture to the space, creating a functional, elegant nursery perfect for little boys.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the greatest discontent for Holly and Chester's home was the number of 'dysfunctional' spaces and long list of outdated fixtures and appliances. Designer Jillian Harris created a more open space by ripping out the wall that divided the kitchen and living space as Holly wanted to be able to see their baby in the living room while she was in the kitchen. Harris put in a large island with white quartz countertops, and lots of new storage. Pot lights were inserted, hardwood floors were put down. The room has all new furniture. A new insert and limestone tile was added to the fireplace. All coverings for the windows are new.