Tones of metallic silver and gold create a space that's rich and elegant. Materials mix to bring nuance and depth -- from the blown-glass lamp to the upholstered, hammered headboard and the scrollwork wallpaper.
A console table boasting elegant iron scrollwork is situated in front of a window in this transitional dining room. The table's soft curves offset the clean lines of the dining chairs' graphic upholstery.
The visual interest is in the details of this traditional kitchen: scrollwork, molding, light fixtures, even the leg of the island. An extended countertop of the island also brings eat-in potential to the room.
This Spanish Mediterranean home contains custom elements throughout, and none were spared in the master bathroom. The spacious retreat features wrought-iron scrollwork on the light fixtures, travertine floors and a tongue and groove tray ceiling.
In this dreamy art deco entrance to a bedroom, hand-painted ethereal blue walls are paired with gold and blue scrollwork on the ceiling. Graphic patterns inlaid into the floor further enhance the decadent space.
In the Mediterranean-style kitchen, the subtle color palette is enhanced by lovely details: a pale green mosaic tile backsplash, scrollwork on the island, elaborate molding on the range hood. The crowning touch: a chandelier, of course.
It's the details that add a touch of Mediterranean charm to this large bedroom, one of five in the home: arched windows, a pretty arched wooden door leading into the ensuite bathroom and wrought-iron scrollwork on the headboard.
Adding red cushions to outdoor dining chairs creates a vibrancy that comes from the contrast against trees and plants. The traditional iron scrollwork of the chairs and table bring an unexpected yet fun sense of formality to the patio gathering space.
A unique Victorian powder room with an ornate gold mirror and molding add character to this home. The vanity is a masterpiece of layered textures and materials: a mosaic tile countertop with ridged edging sits atop a cast iron scrollwork base.
To get this look, look for mirrors with scrollwork or intricate details at yard sales, estate sales or antique stores, and hang it flush with the mantel. If the mirror is gold, silver, black or another color, you can paint the mirror and the mantel white, like this elegant fireplace by Atlanta-based Pop Custom Homes.
Through a colorful doorway and past a tastefully appointed parlor is a breathtaking living room. The dark stained floors, which run through the entire house, were laid by Julio, who taught himself the skills he needed to accomplish the job. The white masks that hang from the far wall are his creations as well. The masks offer a modern way to bring classic Angolan art home. The ornate fireplace, one of four hearths this home boasts, is original to the space, as is the decorative scrollwork that runs across moldings and ceilings in this room. The way that Kenza and Julio have maintained the architecture of the home, is a reminder not to remove or cover up original fixtures, but to instead accentuate them. Filling a traditional space with modern furnishings creates a unique contrast of styles that can add layers of sophistication to a room.