Creating a tablescape requires careful attention to scale, texture and curation. Here, an eclectic vignette at a bedside draws in a stunning and large metal piece to provide impact and brightness, thin black sculptures that complement without overwhelming and a small-in-scale table lamp.
Here's a trick made popular by New York City designers: if you don't have lots of wall space in your living room
but have a large collection of art, consider hanging pieces directly in front of windows that don't offer great views.
This loft-style dining room features an eclectic vibe, blending a rustic farmhouse table with traditional brown leather armchairs at either end. Wicker chairs are positioned on either side of the table, while a vibrant yellow art canvas adds a modern touch. A mini lampshade chandelier finishes the look of the space.
For a casual twist on traditional hanging art, the designers tucked a custom built-in shelf behind the Alberta Morrison sofa and layered paintings across it. In turn, a once blank wall now packs a visual punch.
Tropical patterns and prints bring personality to this luxury living room in an Arts and Crafts-style home in California. Low-hanging art and a cozy bar beside a fireplace with painted brick make this space relaxed and inviting. The room was designed by Madcap Cottage for a Napa Showhouse.