A simple iron bed is dressed in cozy neutral linens that evoke a warm, country atmosphere. Above the bed is a vintage window frame, adding a rustic element to the space. At the end of the bed is a serape-covered bench, adding to the softness to the room.
To maximize this jewel box of an apartment, designers removed a wall and joined the kitchen and living area. Using the same paint colors throughout for walls, cabinets, baseboards and window frames helped unify the spaces. Kitchen and eating bar countertops are walnut to add warmth.
This coastal style living room features a bamboo shade and floral patterned curtains framing a lovely picture window revealing a beachy setting. A cottage style side table displays a quaint lamp, coral, and vintage glass bottles, lending to the coastal vibe of the space. A comfy sofa with white throw and floral and solid pillows invites guests to relax and enjoy the setting.
This Victorian-themed bedroom features a antiqued blue accent table underneath a window with ornate brown and neutral drapery. Military medals, framed vintage photographs and sculptures of soldiers give the space a historical feel.
Industrial style black window frames and galvanized metal vintage letters give this causal sitting room and urban edge. Yellow and gray accessories and gray shiplap walls soften industrial elements, giving the space a homey vibe.
This dining area in Bracero Cocina de Raiz features a wall of steel-framed windows that showcases a view of the staircase. The staircase boasts one of the restaurant's most notable displays, an installation of vintage Bracero hats.
Window frames and doors and much of the decor in the Pinewood Forest Idea Home centers on a restful, elegant charcoal gray that works beautifully with the mix of vintage and contemporary art and furniture that blends thoughtful heirloom pieces and new design.
A secondary seating area expands the grandeur of this elegant, traditional living room. Built in bookshelves frame out the window and add a sophisticated library feel to the space while providing ample room for family antiques and heirlooms. A vintage red armchair accentuates the hints of maroon and purple throughout the space and adds an accent of Victorian aesthetic.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, two walls were removed to allow this chic, transitional living room to flow seamlessly into the adjoining kitchen and dining room. Sarah chose vintage furniture in muted blues and greens to fill the neutral space and framed the large window with a custom-built cornice and sheer retractable curtains.