These terrariums, made of recycled and repurposed glass, include found items, feathers, coral, moss, twigs, seashells and stones. Stained glass artist Sarah Brueck Williams placed those items with "my nursery of plants that need help," such as Aloe juvenna and a few different Echeveria.
Woven wall hangings are totally on-trend right now, but they can be difficult to place. Sometimes, they’re simply too small on their own, or they need an odd-sized wall. Solve this problem by hanging them on and around an accordion rack, which will help visually fill wall space. Incorporate other bohemian accessories to tie the look together.
A graduate of Philadelphia’s Moore College of Art, Naomi has an enduring love of paintings and photography. Both can be found on the walls of her home. In the living room, above the sofa, a concise selection of black and white photography and ink drawings creates a bold visual impact.
Inexpensive papier mache houses can become sparkling Christmas decorations with just some simple glue and German glass glitter. This glitter sparkles like no other and can make these simple objects look high-end.
When a photographer and an author share a home expect the decor to include a lot of pictures and a lot of books. This home doesn’t disappoint on either front as this corner of the living room amply shows. The central piece, a reproduction of a painting first encountered as the couple visited the Jaipur City Palace Museum in India, is accompanied by an image of Martin Luther King Jr. and a bust of Thomas Jefferson showing how the diversity of the family is celebrated in every element of the home.
This sleek sideboard with stainless hardware exudes simplicity of style with good functionality. The emphasis here is a minimalist look with no ornamentation –– save for the eclectic mix of collectibles on top.
Homeowners who love traveling can make a statement just inside their front door. Stick with an open-bottom console table to allow for displaying cherished objects below, then utilize the space above to showcase framed photos of your travels and trinkets.
A fun display of turtle shells decorates the off-white wall. Interior designer Tiffany Brooks customized the skirted bench ottoman under the art display to coordinate with the other colors and patterns in the bedroom.