The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design
Think your gems are picture perfect? Remodel a frame to show off your works of art. Board up a frame back, add a few eyehooks and attach a homemade drawer (this one's made from scrap molding) to show off your adornments.
A custom art piece was selected in the beginning and became an inspiration piece for the overall color scheme of this boutique. A glass table with a unique base is an easy centerpiece to capture the customer's eye, and mixed patterns and jewel tones help the jewelry stand out.
Art and accessories are like the jewelry of a room. Thoughtfully added, they will complete the bedroom design ensemble. Decorative wall plaques and Asian artwork pull the look of this bedroom together beautifully.
Right around the corner from Zingerman's Deli, the Ann Arbor Farmer's Market is a popular spot on Saturday mornings. It's open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays, offering a variety of fresh produce, breads, flowers, art, jewelry and more.
The focal point of this hallway collection is the antique dresser and jewelry box that are displayed prominently in the center of the wall. To accent the rich tones of the dresser's dark wood, the light wood of the floor and the frames of the art collection play off of the highlights in the dresser. The traditional oriental rug, then, reflects the bold colors inside the jewelry box, tying the entire space together. A glass wall follows the stairs to the second story, allowing this collection to be appreciated from any vantage point.
Keeping with the natural color palette of the desert environment, this corner of the main salon hides a wet bar featuring hand carved wood. Turning what could be an ordinary and purely functional part of the room into a design feature is a selection of art and accessories that ranges from black and white photographs to charcoal drawings, along with a selection of bones, statues and jewelry. Together they help to accent the desert motif and the world-traveling vibe of the space.
The bee is the Savannah College of Art and Design's mascot, "a unique icon of industry" says SCAD president Paula Wallace. The bee is also the star of a new organic garden and apiary legacy project and teaching tool at the college where students can learn about a host of relevant topics including garden design; sustainability; use of plants in beauty and fragrance products; the use of beeswax in jewelry-making and painting; and how to dye fabrics using plants. In just about every way SCAD Back40 is the perfect, holistic teaching tool and laboratory for a school perpetually expanding its approach to incorporating real world practices into its curriculum. Pictured: a bee pollinating anise hyssop.