Instead of using color to create visual interest, this all-white kitchen livens up its look by incorporating different textures (marble, wood) and patterns, like the mosaic-tile backsplash for the cooktop.
The nailhead trim lining this coffee table creates the perfect masculine base for the stylish tabletop setup. A spiked candle holder and natural wood, cube planter are set in a gray marble tray. A beautiful moss and wood display is set on a wood base with a glass cloche.
A 9-foot Appalachian cherry dining table is surrounded by office-style black leather rolling chairs in this contemporary dining space. A neutral palette and glass cloche chandeliers ensure the view remains unobstructed.
Collected candlesticks and fresh flowers create a pretty display in the vanity area of this custom closet in a London loft. Accessories do double duty as storage, including glass cloches that display rings, necklaces and bracelets.
Create a miniature paper tree village in the dining room or entryway. These are easy to make using card stock, wooden dowels and glue. Once complete, simply place inside glass cloches for a more permanent display.
While wall-mounted sconces are more typically used alongside the bathroom mirrors, substituting silver mercury glass cloche pendants adds an unexpectedly glamorous touch to the guest bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Silver accessories and an antiqued mirror add more sparkle.
Discreet drawers store jewelry and other valuables in this glamorous master bedroom closet in London. Meanwhile, an elegant vanity offers display space for decorative and functional accessories, including a silver and glass cloche that keeps necklaces and bracelets on display.
Combining the idea of the clock striking midnight and a favorite destination, Laura Ingalls Gunn of Decor to Adore was inspired to create her Bonne Année table decor.
Gunn’s centerpiece features mini towers under glass cloches, faux snow, metallic ornaments and votive holders along with an array of vintage-style clock faces—printed from the computer and detailed with glitter.
When you have a view like this one, you wouldn't want to obscure it with over-sized opulent furniture. In the dining room at the 2011 HGTV Dream Home, this 9-foot Appalachian cherry table provides elegance and functionality without obstructing the view. The chrome and leather seats are streamlined and adjustable adding boldness to the space while the three glass cloche chandeliers and glass candle holders add character without blocking the immaculate view and providing elegant dining.
“Cake stands are a fun way to add height and layering,” says interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga. She then tied the red in the cake stand to the bottom level with Asian foo dog statues. For texture, use plants and glassware, like these vintage hobnob glasses. Don’t forget the greenery, either, with houseplants and low-maintenance plants, like the bird’s nest fern on the bottom level and a glass cloche terrarium with a succulent.