A silver branch reaches across espresso wood on this console table that meets the homeowners' taste for all things glamorous. The lamps' clear acrylic bases continue the luxe mood without the competing with the table's bold design. Console: Global Views
A beautiful buffet fits perfectly in this nook. A black frame allows the gold drawers and cabinets to shine and highlights the lovely shape of the piece. White wainscoting is topped with gray wall paint with a textured look on the back wall. A decorative black framed mirror is mounted on the wall, and unique silver branch-like candlesticks top the buffet.
A European-style chandelier and sconces provide soft lighting in this cozy dining space. The dark wood dining table and black china cabinet add sophisticated contrast to the neutral wall color and curtains, and a silver tree branch candelabra accentuates the rustic elegance of the space.
Layers of silver and rich dark greens frame the courtyard's fountain. Four low-branched olive trees define the space, while the water feature adds some soothing ambient sound.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado
Steal the spotlight with the silver-backed needles of ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’ Korean fir. This evergreen has striking cones that sit upright on branches. Plants are striking and worth adding to the landscape. Hardy in Zones 5-7. Botanical name: Abies koreana ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’
Treat secondary living spaces to their very own trees—it’s a great chance to branch out from your main decorating color scheme and style to try something new and different. In the bonus room the design team used cool blues and swaths of silver create a glam look on the tree and at the window, with a large white wreath.
In keeping with her neutral-themed decor, Allison Hop of The Golden Sycamore created a lovely focal point for the dining table. A tabletop tree is paired with a darling hand-painted pot that’s topped off with a handful of pinecones. Glittery silver leaves ornament the tree’s branches, for a whimsical, wintry result.
This busy-as-a-bee, bright pink Christmas tree not only gets its spectacular look from color but also from a textural approach to its design. The heavily decorated branches are adorned with silver and gold ornaments in various sizes and finishes, with miscellaneous white, red and green decorations added as accents.