Nicole used a new dining set and a salvaged antique dresser when decorating the dining room. Plus, she salvaged old windows from a construction site and turned them into unique frames for family photos.
Architectural salvage can make for excellent tabletop decor. Here, a baluster crafted from an old Victorian staircase is given new life as a traditional candleholder. To outfit it for holding candles, a small wooden plaque is used as the footer and a pillar candle plate is added to the top.
Master Bedroom with Neutral Color Palette and Textured Accent Wall
This revitalized master bedroom has been given new life. Once a drab space, Joanna added a gray accent wall to give the space texture. Light, airy curtains accentuate the natural light that pours into the space through the large sliding glass doors, softening the space. New end tables and lamps, a new rug and contemporary art put the finishing touches on this elegant Fixer Upper.
Contemporary Living Room With Neutral Stripes in Converted Garage
New life and purpose are given to a garage after it was converted into a contemporary living room. A low-profile sofa and floral chair provide seating near a sleek gas fireplace, while bright accessories provide a pop of color in the neutral space.
After a devastating fire that destroyed the client's home, some materials were retrieved from the embers and incorporated into this reconstructed half bath. Items salvaged from the ruins — travertine tile, wall sconces and a ceiling pendant — informed the inspiration for the new design in this powder room renaissance. A floating Mascarello granite countertop completes the space.