To add a modern twist to this rustic kitchen, Joanna added open wood shelving to create a unique display piece above the stove in the kitchen. The stove itself is elegant, almost seamlessly blending in to the custom marble countertop, while the ventahood and pot filler blend into the gray subway tile backsplash. As seen on Fixer Upper.
Custom-dyed red leather flooring makes a striking statement in this all-white hallway. The sleek white walls make the perfect backdrop for displaying favorite pieces of art and little niches house contemporary sculptures.
Integrated finger pulls give the gray cabinets a modern look, while white Caesarstone countertops add a clean finish. Tongue-and-groove planks create a cottage feel behind the kitchen sink, and floating shelves provide the perfect spot to display favorite pieces.
A small serving tray is used on a brown coffee table to display a piece of coral which is covered by a glass dome, a small white ceramic vase, and two white candleholders. Two books and a white rock also decorate the table.
Layering art on a dresser is a unique way to display multiple pieces. A white sideboard is decorated with glass bottles, bright artwork and white bases int his eclectic bedroom. The mirrored front panels reflect a zebra print rug on the floor.
This spacious living room features soft neutral hues and an exposed beam wood paneled ceiling. Built-in cabinets on either side of the stone fireplace provide space for storing books and displaying decorative pieces, while the black glossy coffee table adds a contemporary touch.
An arched, frosted glass window with ornate detail not only is a beautiful addition to the master bath, but allows light to filter through the space without hindering privacy. Thick, floating glass shelves display gorgeous pieces of glass art, and a colorful string chandelier with strands of glass dangles from above.
As seen on Good Bones, a former rundown bedroom is transformed into an elegant kitchen with butcher block countertops and a granite bar. There is plenty of counter space and storage in this kitchen, with upper and lower cabinets surrounding the room, and modern, open shelving to display unique pieces. To complete the space, stainless steel appliances were added to finish out the sleek look.
When you swap out holiday plates for items you use in your home throughout the year, look for new ways to display old pieces. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs in South Carolina used vintage milk glass for this tablescape, including setting one bowl on top of a cake plate. The dishes already have a wintery white look. She filled them with paperwhite bulbs that complement the pinecones on the table, knowing they will bring even more warmth to the interiors when they bloom. “I love the texture of the bulb itself,” she adds.