The glass door cabinet fits perfectly in the wall space separating the spacious kitchen from the attached mudroom. Colorful books and dishes add small touches of color to the space. Simple brass decor and a mounted chalkboard finish the space with a homey feel.
Layers of patterns and textures create a warm and cozy vibe in this chic, contemporary bedroom. A raw wood night stand topped with pink roses brings a natural element into the space, while a sleek brass lamp adds modern contrast.
This Manhattan library starts with luxurious leather floor tiles on the walls and is finished with rich furnishings. An early 20th century French brass lamp sits on a Chinoiserie desk inlaid with bone. The red velvet sofas are designed after an antique the designer saw in Paris and have a custom trapunto back.
This modern office nook is located in a light and bright section of the home's kitchen. A floating white cabinet is positioned above the matching desk, while a brass lamp sits atop the desk to match the cabinet's hardware. A white chair provides a comfortable spot for working.
This light and bright home office features a spacious wooden desk with metal legs and a brass lamp that sits atop. An orange patterned desk chair adds a pop of color, while a large black and gold bookshelf provides ample room for showcasing books and decorative items.
In the living room, designers added texture and contrast with a plaid rug, while solid furniture anchors the space. A brass floor lamp gives the room a touch of glamour and brings in the modern element the homeowners love.
Pops of brassy gold in the nailhead trim on the cushioned armchair, the snakeskin-print pillow and brass floor lamp add visual depth to this master bedroom sitting area. A Venetian mirror adds a touch of traditional elegance.
The geometric headboard above the bed is a custom walnut bed and headboard created by Susan Jamieson of Bridget Beari Designs using custom paint colors named for dogs (proceeds go to rescue groups). Brass lamps rest on black nightstands and a chunky knit gray throw is at the foot of the bed. The room was designed by Jamieson for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta.
Amy has a way with mixing styles at home. In this reading nook a mid-century chair, a brass lamp from the '80s and a centuries-old carved stone fireplace come together seamlessly. Behind the lounge, two ancient tree stumps that have crystallized over millions of years are the oldest pieces in the home. And plants in earthenware pots reinforce the earth tone color scheme while adding to the nature-inspired feel of the room. Amy’s ability to layer neutrals helps bring pieces from various periods together beautifully.