Square, shadow box-like windows line this living room wall, allowing a peek into the nearby galley kitchen. Decorative vases are showcased within the windows, while light hardwood floors finish off the look of the space.
A pattern etched into the wood of this cabinet gives it an artistic personality. The dark wood pops against the light background and is decorated with bright colors from the vase and abstract painting resting above it.
A stone chandelier is perfect for the icy gray surroundings of this unique dining space design. The room is brought to life by the warm color and natural curves of the wood dining table. Smooth, sanded wood chairs line the sides. A mix of white vases add dimension to the room.
The corner of this hallway is brought to life with a Mediterranean display. A clear plastic table supports a trio of beautifully ornamental blue vases. Two tall wicker baskets are perfect height for tucking under the table doubling as storage space. A mirror is mounted over the setup to fill some of the gray wall space.
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 living room features a vase of beautiful white hydrangeas arranged atop a wooden coffee table. A gray vase and other additional decorative items, like books and seashells, are positioned nearby to finish the look. The nearby neutral sofa boasts colorful blue and green throw pillows.
This inviting entryway features a soothing, yet funky, vibe with its bold gray diamond wallpaper and matching chenille area rug. Vintage Parisian maps are framed and positioned over the custom console table, which features a small lamp and decorative vases.
Lively wall hangings and a bright green and white patterned area rug greet guests the moment they set foot in this neutral entryway. A wooden front door adds a rustic touch, while an antique white dresser acts as a table for decorative vases and a lamp.
Built-in shelves surrounded by stacked limestone showcase decorative vases and figurines collected from traveling. Contemporary windows without grids look out over treetops, offering peaceful views from the dining room table. Gray leather chairs and a sleek white dining table let the view take center stage.
Oversized pillows do the obvious work of cushioning metal outdoor dining chairs, but they also can disguise wear and tear. Designer Monica Stewart, who owns The Misfit House in Athens, Ga., positioned these strategically to cover up scuff marks on chairs. If you’re on a covered porch, you can even grab indoor pillows to spruce up a space for an evening of entertaining and then bring them back inside.