Lovely details are found throughout the 1891 home, like the wainscoting and bannisters of these stairs and the pretty wood floors. Light filters in through a leaded glass window, crafted by the Colorsmith Studio.
Homeowners, Kimberly and Brent, found two leaded glass windows at a second-hand store, which now flank the bed. An old wood frame window and cotton plant wreath serve as an art piece above the bed, and the natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap wooden details seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Put your own sophisticated spin on this popular treat by blending 3 cups of chopped pineapple, 2 cups of whipped topping, a splash of pineapple juice and shredded coconut to taste. Once blended, place in a sandwich bag, snip off the end and pipe into cups. Garnish with a cherry and colorful straw.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson added interest to an awkward half wall in this home's entryway by installing antique leaded glass windows that she took from an old library cabinet.
There’s a suggested pathway of caladiums that leads you to a classic New Orleans’ courtyard with formal elements of boxwood and Japanese yew hedges, a manicured lawn terrace and precisely spaced evergreen holly trees.
To give his guest bathroom bold, graphic impact, Chris had the walls covered in a brown and white pattern wallpaper from Schumacher called Balusters. Altogether the wallpaper and installation came to $1600.
With their children grown and living on their own, the owners of this property in Oregon were ready to transform their backyard into a fully functional outdoor space. At the top of their list? A custom gazebo with an open air kitchen.