A blend of styles adds interest to this bedroom. The skirted table is feminine and somewhat formal, while the leopard print lampshade is a playful touch. Quilted shams and a pinstripe headboard are cottage chic.
A galley-style kitchen and dining room were expanded to create this open concept kitchen and dining area. Elegant cream walls and furnishings create a dining space that is warm and stylish. A chevron skirted dining table adds some visual interest and depth to the room.
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 skirted table can soften a room, especially if you have other wood furniture, molding or beams. To save more money, hunt in the fabric remnant section, or use a white canvas or even a long tablecloth to cover the table and add a glass top. Parker Kennedy Living also added a round mirror to the top of the side table. Mirror companies often stock round mirrors, which is more affordable than having one cut to the size. "That’s a good way to get a lot of bang for the buck for a table under $50," said interior designer Lance Jackson. "It puts a little more custom look to it."
Skirted bedside tables were used in this traditional bedroom to soften the richness of the headboard and to add some color and pattern to the neutral space. A beautiful table skirt can hide a multitude of style sins, such as camouflaging a practical file-cabinet, or dressing up a perfectly sized — but perfectly ugly — flea market find.
The colors used on walls, floors and fabrics along with unique design details are the key to updating the look of a traditional home. The console in this entry is covered with a custom skirt that features grommets that look like nail heads. Nails and tacks are used on wood and metal, but they are an uncommon addition on fabric. Additionally, the band accent incorporates curves in its design detail instead of straight lines. The mirror above the console has beautifully proportioned divisions in a mullion-like configuration around its perimeter. This edging adds both dimension and interest to the mirror, mirror on the wall.
When the upholstered king-sized bed came in 5” wider than expected in this bedroom makeover, the matching bedside tables did not fit. For the "her" side of the bed, designer Kerry Fidler decided to use a skirted linen table, introducing pattern into the room.
Skirted chairs with crisp white upholstery simultaneously bring elegance, comfort and brightness to this classy dining room. A stone dining table, elegant in its own right, contributes a creamy hue to the space.
This room is staged with cozy, kid-friendly furniture and a coffee table that spells out the word "LIVE". The coffee table adds an artsy, inspiration touch to compliment the inviting design. A bold orange throw pillow matches the colorful patterned rug that livens up the pale blue wall color and striped blue sofa with ruffled skirt.
Designer Julie Dodson opted to layer pattern and texture in this small bedroom. The tufted bed is set against floral wallpaper, while skirted bedside tables are topped with metallic mirrors. The muted neutrals are paired with black and icy blues for an enchanting palette of cool hues.
The living room is brimming with charm from the pair of bird paintings, to the distressed table lamp. The large-scale upholstery on the club chair is a fun and refreshing twist when paired with the skirted sofa.
The neutral sofa in this pale blue sitting room is anything but plain. With its curvy shape and fringed bottom, it complements the curved window design. A skirted armchair, small end table and metallic floor lamp complete the look.