An industrial shelving unit provides storage and display space in this green living room. The transitional sofa is topped with an assortment of throw pillows, while a vintage trunk stands in as a coffee table.
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.
The unexpected use of a shipping crate as a side table gives this neutral living room vintage appeal. The cream sofa and blue throw pillows help pull the look together, making this transitional living room feel sophisticated and collected.
A vintage trunk is perfect for hiding away clutter, while a pair of cacti are easy-to-maintain houseplants. Gray linen curtains dress the windows, and gold sconces bring a contemporary note to the living room.
HGTV's Design on a Dime transformed this living room with olive green walls and neutral area rug. A mix of vintage pieces – including a vintage trunk-turned-coffee table – feels authentic and relaxed beside a leather sofa.
The homeowners outfitted the space with a super comfortable low-profile sectional so multiple guests can curl up with a good book or watch a movie on days when it’s too cold to go exploring. The sofa is also deep enough to serve as an extra guest bed, in a pinch. Plenty of blankets are provided and a vintage trunk serves as a coffee table – ideal for storing luggage. Nordic décor isn’t just beautiful, it’s often useful and flexible.
Rustically romantic, this welcoming bedroom offers a canopy bed and vintage wicker trunk. Mixing patterns in different shades of blue on the bed and the canopy curtains give a chic layered look to the room.
To help create the travel theme for this sweet baby boy's nursery, the walls were adorned with a decal of New York's cityscape to complement the vintage travel trunks that are stacked on the other side of the nursery.