Buying a bunch of little accessories for a space like the hearth can add up. Designers Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan with WAKE + LOOM Design advise being careful with small accessories because they can end up feeling cluttered. These vases are from CB2. Eisenhart adds that round objects, such as the wood and pearl sculpture, always add an architectural element.
This minimalist foyer features light hardwood floors, a coat closet and built-in wall shelf with decorative sculptures. Square interior windows line one wall, allowing a glimpse into the adjacent kitchen.
Metallics add a modern touch to a room without breaking your budget. For table decor under $100, Parker Kennedy Living used a sea urchin from Target and a lacquer green and gold box from C Wonder. They didn't have to buy new books, since the homeowner already owned those, as well as the table.
This contemporary foyer features a mirror that completely covers one wall and is positioned behind a built-in wood shelf to display a decorative sculpture. The wood walls and wood floors blend to create a seamless look.
This dining room covers all ends of the brown spectrum. A classic dining set is surrounded by bamboo and a decorative sculpture, creating a nice blend of modernity and tradition. Giant leaning floor mirrors are a nice addition to accentuate warm track lighting and make the room appear larger.
Using decorative, sculptural white elements can help take the focus off of pieces not meant to stand out. In this case, an assortment of handmade ceramic sculptures is placed in front of a flat-panel TV.