This beautiful antiqued secretary with cabriolet legs and glass-front doors would add elegant style to any space. A series of shelves, cubbies and drawers makes it easy to stay organized. Display favorite books and keepsakes in the cabinet above.
The antique secretary was the design inspiration for this bedroom's aqua-and-cream palette and feminine feel. Wallpaper in the same pretty hues decorates the wall behind the bed. And lots of curves layer in softness.
The homeowners loved their collection of antique prints, but wanted a refreshing way to display them, so designers hung them in a modern grouping on either side of the secretary to make the presentation more interesting.
A color palette of tan, white and orange combine with masculine-inspired patterns to create a sophisticated living space. A secretary provides storage and doubles as a bar, while guests can relax in the deep-set sofa and tufted bright orange chair.
An abstract rug brings style underfoot, while sleek yet comfortable furniture pairs with glass coffee tables and a chic bar. Glass French doors bring in natural light and overlook the California vineyard.
To create a relaxing, parlor space, designers used white walls to reflect the natural light of the space. To warm the design, a gray sofa and chairs were brought in, along with purple pillows and a purple chair that add vibrant color to the space. A gray and white rug and coffee table help to define this area, while rich wooded, traditional pieces finish the design with a touch of elegance.
Accessorized with bright orange Hermes scarves and equestrian-inspired art, this sophisticated living space evokes a chic, masculine vibe. A velvet-covered tete-a-tete pairs with a tufted leather armchair and chic glass coffee tables for a cozy yet refined space.
Since this living room was so large, designers wanted to create two, functional spaces in a single room. To define the areas, a console table was placed between the two sofas. Then, designers chose two different anchor colors-gray for one area and white for the other. The gray space is meant to be a warmer, more formal entertaining and relaxing space, while the white section is brighter and more fun-meant for a more casual gathering.
The back of a burled walnut secretary is painted black to showcase a collection of antique barware and tinted glasses. The artful display of everyday items adds a personal touch and unrivaled character to any room.