A skirted vanity table adds to this room's feminine charm, while the antique mirror reflects its sweet bedding. The headboard fabric is repeated on the lampshades. The buffet lamps are made from antique Scottish candlesticks.
A scalloped stucco edge marks the second story of this Spanish-style home. The shape mimics the arched front door which is visible from the terra cotta stairs. Potted plants welcome guests at the entrance to the beautiful home.
Varying shades and styles of marble sheathe the walls, floor and countertop in this traditional bathroom. A decorative mirror features a shapely, antiqued mirror frame, while the vanity includes a decorative marble border the frames the hammered metal sink.
"White pottery goes with everything," says interior designer Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson of Terracotta Design Build. "White pottery is always a great investment because it looks good forever. It doesn’t have to be expensive to pack a punch."
Bright and open, this contemporary living area features stark white walls to allow the furnishings and accessories to receive all the attention. A pair of scalloped pendant lights hang above the simple, neutral dining table with rounded wooden armchairs. A contemporary black sofa and bright blue chairs add color and contrast to the space.
In the master bedroom, located just off the kitchen, and entire exterior wall had to be replaced due to termite damage. The completed bedroom includes a build-out for an added closet, new drywall, new ceiling and enlarged windows, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
In the bedroom, located just off the kitchen, and entire exterior wall had to be replaced due to termite damage. The completed master bedroom includes a build-out for an added closet, new drywall, new ceiling and enlarged windows.
A handsome wood vanity in a dark stain and an Edwardian-style faucet are an elegant choice for the powder room. The vanity's dentil molding and marble countertops tie in with the same details in the kitchen, establishing a unified design look.
To add more personality and color to the space, this kitchen's blue retro-style double ovens were installed to give the homeowner plenty of ways to prepare meals for guests. The vent-a-hood above the ovens has scalloped edges, adding personality to an ordinary kitchen appliance. The glass front cabinets allow the homeowner to display her colorful dishes, while the counter is home to unique, colorful items such as a striped utensil holder and a yellow vase.
A scallop shell is part of this swirling, repeating pattern in the plasterwork on the ceiling in a 200-year-old French dining room that has been restored. The turquoise wallpaper, see behind the architectural details, is a classic French design.