Above the love seat in the living room, designers created a focal point with six framed pieces of art. The frames highlight the olive tones in the paint on the walls and reflect the gold hues in the edging of the furniture, creating the perfect anchor for the space.
This fun girls' bedroom features a two twin beds, each dressed in gold polka dot bed linens and decorate with several throw pillows, including one with a pink sneaker print and another in the shape of gold sunglasses. Framed kids' artwork hangs above the beds.
A sleek white dresser sits perfectly in the bedroom's nook, where graphic-printed wallpaper makes a dramatic statement. Gold framed artwork picks up the metallic hardware on the dresser, and whimsical pieces are used to display jewelry.
A corduroy mustard sofa pairs with a natural wood coffee table and an animal hide area rug to create a warm, masculine-style living room. The focal point of the room is a classic fireplace with gold-framed artwork.
A light-filed dining nook features a breathtaking view of the lushly landscaped pool and backyard of this Naples, Florida, home. The dining table, large enough to seat six, echoes the curves of the room and fits perfectly into the space. Gold-framed artwork picks up the botanical theme of the upholstery and ties to the home's tropical setting.
Cocktails are served from this lovely, gold bar cart with glass shelves, which can be wheeled into the dining room when needed there. Gold bamboo-framed botanical print artwork hangs above the bar cart to complete the timeless look.
When you pare back your home design, small details speak volumes. The gold frame in this artwork above the fireplace sourced by designer Abbi Williams for $10 beautifully complements the rich gold tones in the vintage chair.
Matching twin beds with bright white bedding flank a shared bedside table in a small bedroom where the ceiling is covered in a graphic green and white wallpaper. Solid green walls boast framed artwork, an oval gold mirror, and sunburst detailing.
This glamorous master bath has gold-toned, tiled porcelain walls and beautiful artwork that glows softly from the light of the dramatic light fixture. The non-traditional artwork serves as a striking focal point for the master bath -- believe it or not, this is simply an assembly of cheap, framed bowls, making a plain centerpiece into high-end art!
Metallic finishes and artwork can transform a bedroom from blah to breathtaking, recreating the mood of a boutique hotel. Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer used framed landscapes, a gold-framed geometric mirror from a home decor discount store, a ceramic stool and a chest with mirrored drawers to reflect the look of today’s luxury hotels in this bedroom.