This traditional kitchen has it all. Various colors and textures of the oak flooring, travertine backsplash and granite countertops come together to create an inviting and warm space. The ivory-glazed cabinetry and maple island create a striking contrast.
To bring in more natural light, a pass-through window was added to this traditional beige kitchen. A large wooden island features comfortable seating for dining in the kitchen, and off-white cabinets provide easy storage and exude warmth in the neutral space.
Here, here to another beautifully put-together foyer arrangement from Atlanta designer Whitney Ray. Don't keep your most beautiful antiquarian books hidden away in a library or on a book shelf: display their gorgeous covers in a sideboard or coffee table tableaux.
No space is wasted including this landing in designer Boyd's home. Boyd creates a memorable, striking vignette by placing a series of sculptural items including a striking fur ottoman and a distinctive light fixture in close proximity. The result is a tableaux worthy of a contemporary art gallery.
This chest of drawers in a little boys' bedroom by Mallory Mathison hosts a tableaux incorporating thoughtful details like a silver cup ornamented with a preserved boxwood orb, family photos, a vintage child's toy and the lovely, unexpected detail of fresh flowers. People don't often think of putting fresh flowers in a child's room, but designer Mathison says giving even small children access to nature—as well as to art early on—creates moments of beauty in their lives.