On HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin transformed the master bedroom using shabby chic furniture and accessories – including a sea glass vase and distressed candlesticks.
Make even the most simple centerpieces stand out with a little washi tape, like wedding designer Michelle Edgemont did here. Select tape with pretty patterns and colors that match your wedding palette, then adorn bottles, votive candles, menus — anything that needs a jolt of style.
This five-pillared dining table with nailhead trim is a sibling to the smaller piece in the homeowner's breakfast nook. This eclectic space also boasts a gallery wall and a pair of vintage-yet-futuristic crystal-adorned globes, and a walnut-stained hardwood floor.
The Venetian glass tiles around the connecting bath mantel are original. A salvaged wooden panel found in Paris was painted in a neutral tone, which highlights the watery greens and contemporary blown glass vases.
Vases don't always have to be filled with flowers. Create a stylish design in a home office by filling clear vases with supplies like pencils and paper clips like in this study. Abstract artwork can also provide a little inspiration to kick-start productivity.