Cuddle up and relax fireside. This Craftsman-style fireplace sets the standard for cozy with distressed brown frame with white quartz. Freshly picked flowers and vintage accents bring out that rustic charm on the mantle while the cozy red and white fabric covered bench does the rest.
Lots of vintage details give this nursery unique personality. For example, the homeowner's great grandmother made the colorful Ferris wheel on the shelf. Coral stripe paint color: Sherwin Williams Coral Island Code SW 6332
This kitchen mixes vintage details, like the stove, with modern elements like the stainless steel range hood for a dynamic, visually compelling look. Using different shades of blue is a fun way to bring in color.
The breakfast nook in this masculine kitchen is highlighted by the natural light from the windows. The dark, rich furniture, wicker basket hanging on the wall and the vintage, industrial pendant light add warm masculinity to the space, creating a bright, inviting eating area for this bachelor pad.
Well-chosen accessories contribute to this living room's seafaring atmosphere. A multipaned mirrored storage cabinet hangs on the wall over a sleek console table, while an oversized ottoman is positioned between a leather Chesterfield sofa and matching blue armchairs. A framed vintage map polishes off the nautical design.
The centerpiece of this sunny kitchen is a brand-new, retro-inspired stove. Though it has all of the function of a state-of-the-art appliance, its curved top and period-inspired controls give it the vintage look of a 20th century appliance.
Instead of a traditional Christmas stocking, try making these fun, vintage grain sack inspired "stocking sacks" from Marian Parsons. With drawstrings and custom painting, these sacks are cute and functional. Use them in lieu of stockings, as a stand-in for wrapping paper or as a personalized hostess or teacher gift.
For unique character, the designer included vintage details like the globes above the desk and the brass animals. Like the window seat, this built-in desk is a smart choice for a smaller space, fitting handily into the sloped ceiling alcove.
HGTV's Design on Dime transformed this living room into a modern Americana masterpiece with a mix of vintage pieces and relaxed furniture. An old trunk functions as a coffee table, while floor lamps and a tall houseplant add dimension to the space. A sprinkling of details complete the look: printed throw pillows, terrariums and bold artwork.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this boring dining room with stylish, mid-century modern decor. Vintage oval mirrors and blue floating cabinets are a chic complement to the refurbished antique dining chairs Sarah found at a local thrift store. New french doors replace the room's old windows to allow plenty of natural light in this bright, open space.
The home owner decided to restore the original hardwood floors, and loves how the golden wood sets off the vintage details found throughout the house. She brought in her great grandmother's dining room table and chairs and is looking forward to entertaining friends and family.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson accented this chic antique sideboard with a small gallery wall of black and white vintage photographs. An added chair rail allowed Sarah to play with two different patterns of wallpaper—a bold, linear design below and a natural, whimsical print above.
This upscale salon has a Midcentury Modern design that is girly, glamorous and vintage. The blush and cream palette makes the space feel soft and feminine, while the gold accents add a touch of glam to the rooms. Vintage details such as the white chandelier help to add personality to the space.
To add color to the updated, yet still authentic feeling kitchen and dining room spaces, designers on America's Most Desperate Kitchens continued the mint green color from the kitchen into the dining room. The mint green of the refrigerator and the KitchenAid reflect flecks of mint green in the custom, large print tile floor. The same accent color enters the dining room with the vintage, mint green pendant light.