Handpicked accessories make this elegant home office feel like a treasure trove of beloved collectibles –– from the antique writing desk with gold-leaf detail to the sunburst mirror and horse-head bookends.
For an eclectic, collected-over-time look on bookcases, Emily Henderson, host of HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, likes to create balance without symmetry. To achieve the look, pepper books, objects and artwork throughout the shelves.
Quarter-sawn white oak lends this kitchen an updated modern-cabin feel. Tall banks of cabinets bookend the room and provide ample yet understated storage, and concrete countertops add a touch of rusticity.
A classic cottage-style pine dresser serves as the resting place for playful dog bookends and stuffed toys in this transitional boy's bedroom. A colorful and whimsical painting featuring forest critters takes center stage above.
A brick fireplace serves as the focus point for this neutral transitional family room. Matching mirrors, lamps and tables bookend the fireplace, creating symmetry. A lantern pendant light hangs from the vaulted ceiling.
Turquoise birds fly overhead on the ceiling of this girl's bedroom. A pale green dresser adds an antique element to the design and compliments the tone of the birds' coloring. A white starburst mirror and white decorative elements keep the bright and white look of the room.
Surrounded by palm trees, fire and a small waterfall, this stunning pool is simply a tropical paradise. Paragon Pool's signature WetFlame combination water vessels and fire elements placed on raised pedestals bookend the 42-inch water feature.
A bookshelf was placed in the remodeled closet behind a leather wingback chair, creating a cozy spot to read in this home office. Coastal bookends and accessories coordinate with the tropical theme of the rest of the room.
Boys are just superheroes in disguise, right? With this print in their room, the kiddos will always remember their potential. When paired with a globe, gold bookends and a vibes sign, this corner of the room is fun and full of interest.
A pair of clear glass table lamps bookend knickknacks atop a console table and a striking modern wall sculpture. The white piece of art provides contrast to the room's navy walls, while complementing the lampshades and decor.
Playing off the "old" Washington flavor of the Spring Valley home, D&A Dunlevy Landscapers added azaleas and deep-colored pansies to accent the boxwoods bookending the front entry of this stately Washington, DC residence. The entryway has a stone step walk-up and white columns.