The colors, culture and furniture of India were brought into this traditional space to create an exotic haven. A vibrant purple floor pillow creates a casual sitting area in front of an ornate carved coffee table.
Bring the cozy, relaxed look of Moroccan interiors into your home with carved wood tables and ottomans. With fascia detail referred to as fretwork, these beloved pieces can be grouped together for an eclectic, well-traveled look.
The carved wood table that serves as a coffee table is hand-crafted by an artist of the trade. It is a custom Habachy Designs collection piece and tapers upwards to an inset Silver Portoro marble top. A pair of neutral armchairs and a plush chaise complete the stylish design.
A window-filled bedroom by McAlpine features floor-to-ceiling windows and the "elegance of a Parisian apartment," according to the book, "Poetry of Place: The New Architecture and Interiors of McAlpine." The room is designed by Betsy Brown. Bobby McAlpine is the architect.
The rosette pattern gives this hand-carved coffee table so much visual texture that you don't need to over-accessorize the top, which can save money. Terracotta Design Build used a natural element - antlers - on top of one coffee table book. The new mango wood coffee table cost less than $350.
In this eclectic living room, a red upholstered armchair with carved-wood trim sits beside a modern ghost table. The mix of styles, materials and textures is emphasizes by the zebra-print pillow, woven rug and bamboo blinds.
This immaculate sitting room is furnished with a velvet armchair and a yellow Chesterfield chaise. A gallery wall of framed artwork is prominently displayed on the far wall behind a glass chandelier and ornately carved table.
A wall of arched windows produces a light-and-airy atmosphere in this kitchen on the picturesque island of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. The exposed wood-beam ceiling, rustic hand-carved table and simple floral accents create the feeling of escaping to an exotic getaway.
A stunning outdoor dining area makes it easy for homeowners and several guests to dine alfresco. A gorgeous, hand-carved table draws on the island feel of the decor seen throughout the home, while the soft yellow wall color enhances the natural light that is abundant throughout the space.
This eclectic dining room from designer Julia Buckingham features bold use of the color red, and a striking custom textile art piece in a rainbow of colors. Other accessories include an arrangement tulips in bud vases on on a carved table, wood benches and chairs, and a bright red chandelier.
The bedroom vestibule by Mark D. Sikes has a tented ceiling using blue-and-white striped and ikat fabric from his collection with Schumacher during the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The room also includes a carved table and fabric ottoman, matching lamps and vases and artwork.