The focal point of this living room is the elegant, vintage Sepia photograph hanging on the wall in the space. It contrasts with the rawhide chairs and the modern coffee table and floor lamp to help give this modern space some warm, rustic accents. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
In the living room of this Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna created a masculine, rustic design for the family to enjoy. A dark leather sofa and rawhide chairs provide seating in the space, while a metal and glass coffee table provides a bit of modern flair to the space. A live edge mantel piece mounted on a stone fireplace complements the rustic design, while a log end table and vintage sepia photograph help to complete the space.
Jeanine and Bryan have a love of black and white photography. Above the bed hangs one of their favorite images, a vintage 1970s photograph of musician Melba Moore. The shot was originally done for Vogue magazine and is now part of the Conde Nast archives.
In the dining room it’s all about playing with industrial elements. The dining chairs are a unique find from a vintage warehouse in Brooklyn. The mix of metal, wood and curved lines makes them unexpected statement pieces in the dining area. Around a lucite and glass dining table, the area is topped off with a vintage green pendant. A photograph by family friend, Renato D'Agostin completes the space.
Classic meets contemporary in this black and white living room. A traditional white sofa is a solid element joined by zebra-print chairs, a glass coffee table and a vintage mirror-front bar cabinet. An artistic photograph pillow adds a contemporary and artistic detail on the couch. A black rug covers the floor while a red window curtain brings a pop of color.
The family room boasts a collection of vintage furniture, finds and artwork curated to reflect and meet the needs of this young, modern family. The triptych above the sofa, a product of one of the Stansell’s art installations, manages to bridge all of the room’s colors successfully. The 1970s settee was recovered from a barn and brought back to life with the brightly colored teal upholstery. Whitney’s current most prized possession is the Candice Greathouse photograph above the fireplace.
Turn your summer memories into fall decor by creating leaves with your favorite photographs. Print the photos you want to use in black and white or sepia to give your photos a vintage feel. Shape wire into a few simple leaf veins, place the wire on the back of your photograph, and secure by gluing a blank piece of paper to the back. Make sure to cover all of the wire with paper.