A closer look at the custom wall unit reveals a thoughtful mix of family photographs, colorful ceramics and metallic accents. Thanks to the sleek complementary shapes of the shelves, the flat screen TV practically recedes into the background, rather than standing out.
Against the far wall, a glossy blue sideboard showcases family photographs and a few chinoiserie accents. Two pieces of abstract art hang directly above and pull the sitting room's various colors together.
Gorgeous cherry wood floors create a sophisticated contrast against crisp white walls and dining chairs. Recessed walls showcase family photographs, crystal serveware and an Asian statue. A simple wooden table looks elegant with a white table runner and natural floral arrangement.
With brass candles and a wooden center, this chandelier is both elegant and casual -- and so it becomes the piece de resistance of the living room. Behind it, five family photographs decorate the wall and give the space a personal touch.
In the hallway of this updated home, TriplePoint Design Build included a pocket door as a gateway to the Art Deco master bathroom design used in the next room. The hallway style has a transitional feel, with landscape art and family photographs on display.
Designer Susan Brunstrum enlarged and framed important family photographs and hung them on a wall in her client's home. She hung a full length mirror on the opposite wall and placed two cowhide stools between the photos and the mirror to complete the look.
Many of the elements that make a stylish, livable home are on display here: houseplants, cozy rugs, vintage wood furniture, touches of luxury in fur and velvet and beloved, meaningful objects, in this case, a vintage record collection, crystals, family photographs and all the details that give a space character and charm.
Designer Anna Williams, against a white backdrop of walls and bookcases, cleverly created a homage to this family by framing and displaying memories and mementos of their lives. Using canvas and white frames, she focused attention on the children's artwork and special family photographs with careful attention to placement and design. Guests will delight in their little slice of life!
A ribbon with floral accents has been painted on the beige walls in this nursery. The walls are also used to display artwork of a pink-skirted mannequin and a framed photograph of a little girl in a pink tutu. Including family photographs and personal items in a nursery provides a sense of heritage and personalizes the space, making it especially inviting for baby and mother.
Of the villa's many rooms, this living space is perhaps the most colorful. A red striped sofa and yellow chairs complement the area rug and enliven the white walls, while framed photographs and dishes bring additional personality to the space.
This quaint dining space was designed with a Parisian café in mind. Elegant European rattan bistro chairs surround a mango wood dining table with classic cabriole legs, providing the space with cozy seating. Sunlight floods into the space, while apricot blossoms add to the outdoor bistro feel. Family photographs and vintage objects create an eclectic gallery wall among heirlooms, plants and books, making this space the perfect place to cozy up with a newspaper, croissant and cappuccino.
Designer Anna Williams worked her magic for a young family with dogs galore by repurposing this neglected walk-through space with a few clever touches. White custom cabinetry was added to one wall of the room, which can now be used for decorative display and storage. A wall of family art and photographs, displayed in white frames and canvas, adds a personal touch to the room, while the casual furnishings encourage relaxation and play.