A sleek white table is surrounded by retro-inspired black and yellow chairs, while overhead is a contemporary bubble chandelier. Windows surround the space allowing plenty of light and dressed in graphic zigzag Roman shades.
The kitchen in this renovated craftsman home has been completely transformed. Walls were removed to open the space. The space features wood flooring, a farm sink, new island, stainless steel appliances and a range hood for the stove, as seen on Fixer Upper.
To give this contemporary kitchen a unique and edgy feel, designers Cortney and Bob Novogratz integrate industrial vintage pieces, like the rusty red rolling cart and metal shop stools, as well as thrift store accessories.
Vintage rugs not only have classic appeal, but their timeworn quality means they were handcrafted to last for generations. "I love using vintage rugs in bathrooms, since they add great color and texture. They soften a space that can sometimes feel cold and sterile. Select a soft rug, something that feels good under your bare feet in the morning, for the vanity or common area of the bathroom," says Ashley Clark of sKout.
As seen on Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris designed a space for the couple that blends contemporary style with a touch of the antique. The contemporary tufted head board and neutral colors in the room make the space bright, while the wallpaper accent wall, vintage furniture and chandelier with old world charm bring a softer, vintage feel to the space.
The focal point of this space is the chandelier which hangs over the reclaimed dining table, offering a nod to a modern vintage aesthetic. All-weather wicker dining chairs add texture against the wood table and provide a finish that easily cleanable and durable for this family.
Because her client admires all-things vintage, Raegan Ford also pulled in unexpected accents like cigar molds, suitcases and even an antique light fixture. A chic black coffee table, dark gray sofa and two armchairs complete the room, inviting guests to sit and converse after dinner.
Expand your definition of what constitutes "art." A vintage scarf beautifully framed, makes a great focal point and is a wonderful way to incorporate a meaningful heritage item into an Heirloom design scheme.
A tranquil 5-Star boutique hotel experience set the tone for this master bedroom remodel which we designed for a busy couple with kids in a Boston suburb. The master suite project involved moving walls for a closet expansion, a bathroom gut job, and removing all traces of the dark, dated furnishings that closed in the space. We used a neutral base palette with soft blue touches and layered in heirloom-quality textiles, elegant lighting, and lots of texture. The tufted platform bed and traditional fireplace serve as anchors in the room, which manages to be both spacious and cozy.
Vintage inspired accents create a boho chic look in this contemporary living room featured in a historic New Orleans home. Layers of soft, neutral tones are illuminated by natural light that floods through two floor-to-ceiling windows.
A large floor space leaves room to create extra lounge areas in this lovely contemporary living room filled with vintage charm. Comfy sofa pillows can be piled on top of a large, soft rug for cozy floor seating that makes sense in this boho style space.