In addition to its traditional use, magnolia garland can also be arranged in a variety of different shapes such as wreaths or topiary. To create a magnolia topiary for your yard, add the garland to a wire tomato cage, then keep it secure with zip ties.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, a gold and crystal chandelier hangs in the living room of the Summit Avenue mansion. Original gold leaf detailing along the ceiling pays homage to the home's history and sets the tone for the elegant space.
A lady’s lounge by Amy Morris for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse brings in rust and gold hues that keep the space feminine yet approachable. The gold leaf branch chandelier and bench in yellow gold in front of the settee adds an edgy visual appeal to the soft design. Other furniture in the room includes a dining arm chair with a green seat.
Designer Julie Rootes selected the gold-leaf metal niche in the powder room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 to mimic the color and honeycomb pattern of the silk wallcovering. The look is complemented by 24-karat gold and onyx mosaic tile.
Looking past a round mirror-top table and white pendant light, visitors are welcomed into a grand living room ignited by two gold-leafed coffee tables, comfortable contemporary sofas, white leather armchairs and accompanying gold and white accents. Two-story high ceilings provide space for stunning windows while a neutral graphic area rug grounds and delineates the seating area.
Gold leaf scraps add a shining finish to this baby pink vanity tray. The tray keeps vanity items organized and adds to the colorful display. Vased flowers and small storage containers create a blend of texture and color.
A clawfoot tub painted with gold leaf paint is the focal point of this small bathroom designed by HGTV's Property Brothers. The chandelier is also gold-leaf, as is the mirror frame. Pink-and-silver wallpaper give the room a modern, eclectic twist.
Get the look of an ornamental grass with ‘Bowles Golden’ sedge (Carex elata). This grassy plant pumps out gold leaves that bring a soft glow to part shade bog gardens. Sedge can grow in water 2 to 3 inches deep and does best in acidic soil. Most importantly, it needs constant moisture to thrive. ‘Bowles’ Golden’ carex looks great planted with blue hosta or dark leaf heuchera. Plants grow 24 to 36 inches tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 5-8.
Handpicked accessories make this elegant home office feel like a treasure trove of beloved collectibles –– from the antique writing desk with gold-leaf detail to the sunburst mirror and horse-head bookends.