The largest bathroom that luxury tiny home builders, Tyson and Michelle Speiss, have ever built, this space measures at a whopping 29 square feet and features a 4-foot antique-style clawfoot tub, hardwood floors, a modern vanity and more.
Beautifully vivid vintage photographs serve as the focal point in this sitting area. The neutral walls allow the colors in the photography to pop. A dark wood coffee table is padded by a white rug, which complements the white picture frames. Velvet chairs complete the look.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this 140-square-foot home was filled with high-end, industrial-style caged light fixtures at a fraction of what it would cost to outfit a standard-sized house. Perks!
Who needs a watchdog with a sweet lamb picture to guard baby in this serene neutral nursery's black iron vintage-style crib? And when the newborn is a bit older, there's another lamb waiting: a plush rocker that's sure to bring a smile to baby's face.
Create a centerpiece vignette for your island in your favorite style, whether it’s rustic, vintage or modern. Texas designer Janna Allbritton of Yellow Prairie Interior Design says if you’re going rustic, look in your garage with a fresh set of eyes for unexpected items to use on the island. An old picture frame or caddy, like on this island, could do the trick. Use one large piece to anchor the arrangement, then decorate around it, she says.
Built-in bookshelves deliver maximum functionality without sacrificing space. A brass pendant light and picture lights above the shelves contrast with the neutral elements, adding warmth and a feeling of vintage glam.
This cottage-style living room features a sectional with slipcovers, wood paneling, burlap pillows and a vintage leather ottoman. Coastal accents like a mounted oar and shabby chic picture frames complete the room.
The dramatic ceiling height is accentuated by a strip of yellow painted above the beadboard trim and below the picture rail in this bedroom. Vintage schoolhouse pendant lights speak to the era of the 1879 home.
Using wash tape to mount metal clips is an intriguing and stylish twist on the traditional picture frame display. The rusted looking finish of these clips adds texture and a vintage feel to the postcard display.
Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore is the perfect creamy white backdrop for the collection of vintage plates used in this little girl's bedroom. Designer Tip: Make a whole wall of art by using pictures, plates or anything else you collect to make a beautiful collage.