Architect Jeff Pelletier was able to utilize more than 60 percent of the original structure for building reuse, including the wood mantel, which adds warmth and character to the overall space. The design takes advantage of the high ceilings with shelves that climb the wall, providing extra storage for back-stock books.
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, the living room design is simple and uncluttered to make the most efficient use of the small area. Large windows in unpainted wood finish help make the space feel more open and provide dramatic views.
This bathroom gets more of a vintage feel with pedestal sinks and wood walls. It is tucked into the upper level of a farmhouse and was designed by Michelle Fries. She made up for the lost under-sink storage by using open shelving with baskets to hold supplies.
On HGTV’s Fixer Upper, Joanna's design plan took into account the home's space constraints. Nonetheless, the kitchen features a generous sized island with bar seating where meals can both be prepped and served. A vintage refrigerator, vent hood, floating shelves and new wooden flooring completes the kitchen design.
A two tiered vintage chandelier hangs over the large circular wood dining table. A mix of potted plants and floral arrangements create an inviting centerpiece fitting to the room design. Mounted plates and a large sunburst mirror decorate the mint green wall space above the distressed buffet.
The entire dressing room and wet room feature a porcelain plank tile in a distressed wood pattern, readily sourced from a local home improvement store. Vintage Birdseye maple obtained from an estate sale was repurposed to finish the new vanity design.
Designer Regina Bilotta of Bilotta Kitchens found the perfect Chambers stove to fit the family's request of a 1950s-inspired kitchen. Adding to the vintage style, she incorporated a tin ceiling, reclaimed wood and distressed finishes.
A watercolor canvas gives soft decoration to the pale blue wall color. Vintage light fixtures frame the painting adding a warm glow to the cool toned design. A wood table is set up as the working desk with space for a laptop, books and personal decorative touches. A white chair is upholstered at the seat with a soft floral fabric while the back opening displays a gray plaid pattern.
Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors, this dining room features a blend of vintage aesthetic and elegance. Rounded, wood upholstered chairs and a dark wood dining table are grounded by a traditional rug, and a gold chandelier hangs above to add a touch of glam.
This dining room, designed by John Derian, features a rustic wood table with colorful dishware, vintage green metal chairs, candle sticks and a white floral centerpiece. Mismatched plates make for fun conversation starters at a large dinner party.
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 America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the aim of this kitchen remodel was an updated farmhouse design, so designers left vintage elements, such as the glass paneled cabinets and exposed brick, in the space. Then, they added a reclaimed wood door to cover the entrance to the pantry. Updates in the space include a durable, quartz countertop, a white subway tile backsplash, and modern, stainless steel appliances.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled this chic dining room with a mixture of modern and vintage furniture and accessories. A dark wood dining table and modern gallery wall act as bold contrasts to the vintage dining chairs, antique gray sideboard and light, neutral wallpaper.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, updated space perfect for entertaining. Dark wood accents in the table, floor and mirror balance the room's primary light, airy color and lend a "steakhouse" feel. To add a touch of traditional charm, Sarah added vintage dining chairs, a wrought iron chandelier and a gray antique sideboard.
The guest bathroom features a lot of grand design, including clay stamped, white tiles, hex floor tiles with a black pencil accent, and a wall mounted faucet above the wooden vanity, giving the small space a vintage 1900s feel.
This small print wallpaper has a sweetly vintage feel; its bold blue and orange hue gives it a fresh modern twist. The navy blue lacquered nightstand and whale tale lamp continue the chic-meets-country design theme.