This kitchen is beautifully balanced with blue lower cabinets and an island paired with white upper cabinets and a clean white subway tile backsplash. Brass accents and hardwood floors bring in sunnier tones.
Glittery pinecones and greenery can take your winter decor into the new year in a fresh and festive way. Georgia interior designer Melanie Robinson updated these pinecones by covering them with a spray adhesive, placing them in a ziplock bag and tossing in clear glitter. She doubled up on bowls to add weight to the coffee table vignette and then brought in fresh greenery from her yard to add height to a brass vase she picked up at a thrift shop.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson maintained the antique charm of this century-old kitchen by filling the space with vintage china, brass flower vases and pretty blue and white floral wallpaper.
The large grain wood book case in this space is accented by the brass frame that holds this structure together. This textured piece gives the homeowners the perfect place to display their unique sculptures and vases, while focusing on the design of the room.
A checked pattern over the buffet piece features alternating textures beneath ornamental metallic knobs. A pair of table lamps match the brass of the knobs, and the shape of the base blends the mediterranean influence of the display with the more contemporary surroundings. Framed art fills the wall space while a bubble contemporary light fixture finishes out the design with a modern flair.
Walk along this curtain-filled entryway with hardwood flooring and exposed ceiling pipe. Furniture in varying heights is spaced out along the hallway, ending with a tall stand holding a porcelain vase. The circular brass table displays a uniquely shaped candlestick and decorations.
This fresh bedroom features a blue and white floral wallpaper accent wall, as well as an exposed beam ceiling and brass sconces. And exposed beam ceiling adds a rustic touch, while a gray nightstand with a vase of red flowers completes the look of the space.
Most people want a bathroom that looks, above all other things, clean! This space reflects that desire, using a classic black-and-white design that always feels sharp and pulled together. The brass sconce and fixtures are a current-day update to the chrome and silver that have dominated the market in past years. Drawers under the double vanity hold essential bathroom items, and an angular brass tray between the sinks displays flowers in simple crystal vases.
This light and bright bedroom features rustic exposed beam ceilings and blue and white floral wallpaper. Gray and white striped linens cover the bed, while brass sconces are positioned on either side. A vase of red flowers sits atop the gray nightstand, while a red dresser adds a finishing touch.
Designer Jonathan Savage of Savage Interior Design, based in Nashville, Tenn., recommends using coffee tables with multiple levels for displaying items. This one, from Lillian August, a fine home furnishings retailer, is a brass table with a shagreen base and a top shelf made of glass with silver leafing on the backside. You can find a similar two-level design and mix of metals in tables priced for your budget. A mix of glasswork, vases and urns give it a glamorous feel, while the bust on a lucite base brings a rustic nature to the coffee table vignette.