Market lights strung from the house to the tree create a warm and romantic atmosphere, especially in the evenings. Reclaimed red brick is used for the patio, which features intimate seating areas and beautifully planned landscaping.
A public gathering area at a Malibu, Calif., market is trimmed with trees, drought-resistant plants, ample lighting and benches to both encourage mingling while keeping crowds contained to one location.
Terraced stone planters add architectural interest to this outdoor gathering area at a public market in Malibu, Calif. Sliding barn doors and industrial lighting add to the rustic feel of this inviting space.
The entry of Chris' condo is a mash-up of classic menswear and midcentury modern styles. A black, silver and gold pinstripe wallpaper from Graham & Brown covers the walls while a brass helix-style chandelier purchased for $200 from a flea market lights the space.
Dining al fresco never felt so intimate despite the large patio. The patio is carefully divided into spaces that all flow together, from the dining area to the cozy seating areas. Market lights strung from the house to the tree create a warm and romantic atmosphere.
Curved French doors open up the interior space to the stunning backyard, which comes alive at night. Market lights strung from the house to the tree create a warm, romantic atmosphere. Speakers hidden behind the Japanese maple trees softly filling the air with music and several plants that perfume the air.
This spacious eat-in kitchen has an industrial look thanks to a vintage cast-iron table base, Restoration Hardware chairs and a luxe bronze paint on the cabinets. Gaston y Daniela fabric dresses up the kitchen chairs in a bold red, while a French flea market light illuminates the space.
In order to keep costs low, almost every element in the attic was found in the garage, storage unit or at flea markets. To make them work cohesively, pieces were chosen in shades of white, blue, red and darkly stained wood.
Being thrifty also can help you find fixtures with a history. DIY blogger Dena Stormer snapped up this ceramic light fixture, from a Luby’s cafeteria, for just $40 at a flea market in Texas. All it needed was a gloss white paint to freshen it up. She made the calendar/diner sign and crafted curtains using vintage chintz fabric.
A bespoke tailor shop with throwbacks of vintage is the quintessential place to shop a modern market of men's suiting. The eclectic shop is full of leather furniture, vintage artwork and lots of natural light for a comfortable shopping experience.
The restaurant is influenced by the courtyards, gardens and street markets of Mexico and Asia. PHX Architecture blurs the indoors and out with large windows, lots of natural light and even a beautiful tree in the middle of the dining space.
These cute pies don't require a recipe or any baking time. To make them, buy pre-made pies from a local gourmet market, and cut out mini versions with a 2" biscuit cutter. Top with whipped cream and delight your guests.
Recalling the international bazaars of the homeowner's travels, the fireplace is dressed with a white traditional African headdress, sourced at a local flea market, and matching white baskets and vases. A solid walnut built-in media cabinet below the TV adds function, gravitas and warmth to the color scheme. The glass topped coffee table keeps the center of the design light.
If you can’t incorporate a whole wall of glass, think smaller. “There are many areas in the home that would benefit from the features of a folding wall system, but may not have space to accommodate such a large opening. JELD-WEN® Custom wood folding windows offer the same advantages of a folding wall system — increased natural light, easy access to the outdoors for entertaining, gorgeous views — in any room of the home,” says Jim Parello, Vice President of Marketing for JELD-WEN.