This master bedroom features custom touches, including an upholstered headboard and nightstands, both designed by Coddington Design. The nightstands are topped with polished horn lamps, while a nearby vintage wingback chair offers a comfy seat.
This neutral contemporary living room pairs stylish essentials with eclectic touches. A twisted horn antelope wall mount hangs over the checkered tile fireplace, while two high-back armchairs are positioned in front, providing a cozy spot for relaxing.
Tile hand painted by Linda Horning and Katherine Jacobus and set at random creates a look that is truly custom. The blue and white designs are modeled after Portuguese tile and offer a sharp contrast to the modern look of the credenza.
A sophisticated living room with a beamed ceiling and arches for the Historic Macon Foundation's 2017 Design House was designed by Sally Draughon of Previews Interiors & Antiques in Georgia. The monochromatic space also had a glass-top coffee table with ram’s heads and horns for the metal base.
For this modern home’s kitchen, architect John Bertram wanted a strong relationship between the kitchen and pool area, so he designed a frameless folding window system that stacks flat against the wall.
This contemporary living room features a textured gray wall with mounted animal heads boasting metallic horns. Metallic pendant lights hang low beside the white tufted sofa with nailhead trim. Red, thin-striped pillows bring a splash of color to the room, while faux fur white pillows add a fun texture.
For a writer’s studio in a modern home, architect John Bertram envisioned a seamless, unobstructed connection between the view and the writing desk, and the goal was to eliminate any evidence of windows at all — including the frames themselves.
These monster cupcakes make for more-cuddly-than-scary treats and are fun and easy for kids to decorate. Pipe a monster face onto the cupcakes with green (or your favorite color) frosting, then make eyes with jelly candies and horns out of cashews for a perfectly scary Halloween treat.
Teal is a tough color to use without completely overwhelming a space. But if you stick with teals that are close to the aqua family, you'll find them rather versatile. The floating vanity, white half wall and white tile shower add light elements to balance the room. The mounted horns and animal head bring a masculine side to the design and compliment the brown flooring.
Horns and skulls may not seem like holiday decor, but with the addition of vintage colored lights, these staples of masculine decor can take on a playful, urban vibe. Consider hanging the fixtures near an entrance, wrapping them with a single strands of lights, then using a cloth-wrapped extension cord to add vintage charm.