The extravagance of this traditional dining room lies in the details, including textured walls, red velvet chairs and dark tiled wainscoting. An ornate wall tapestry and heavy drapes complete the look.
A gorgeous wall tapestry featuring fuchsia and burgundy flowers sets a colorful backdrop for the mix of patterns and rich hues in this eclectic living room. A mustard yellow sofa is decorated with a collection of throw pillows. A pair of chairs with deep red cushions surround a clear coffee table over the faded rug.
A distressed rug gives a nice faded element to the pigmented furniture pieces surrounding it. A mix of patterned pillows decorate the mustard yellow sofa situated in front of the floral wall tapestry with complimentary hues. Deep red cushioned wood chairs and a shaggy faux fur seat surround the remaining sides of the clear, plastic contemporary coffee table.
Decorate your mantle or your favorite wall this autumn with an all natural leaf tapestry. Gather up your favorite fall leaves and press them until they are fully dry. Use removable adhesive to attach your dried, pressed leaves to the wall in overlapping rows. You can create a solid geometric shape, or space your leaves out at the top or bottom to give the illusion that they are falling.
To create a focal point in the space, designers started with white walls to reflect light and make this small master bedroom feel open and bright. Then, they decided to hang a woven tapestry that adds warmth to the space, while adding reminiscence of the couple's globe trotting days. Finally, French doors were installed, helping natural light to flow into the space brighten it, but gray curtains were hung to help control the light and add privacy in the room.
This luxurious spacious living room is flooded with natural light from three sets of french doors draped in beautiful, thick curtains. A gold chandelier hangs above a crisp white coffee table surrounded by a pair of matching sofas. Gold details and a dark wall tapestry decorate this lavish sitting space.
Handed-down tapestries have been a wall decoration mainstay for centuries. Add a similar look to your living room with an area rug. Choose a rug thatâ€™s either the same length as or slightly shorter in length than your
A striped area rug, tapestry print throw pillows and a Navajo rug on the wall bring an eclectic mix of patterns and cultures into this electic living room. A handwoven basket and a contemporary lamp add a collected feel to the room.
A stick strung to the exposed ceiling beams creates a simple but attractive hanging rack for coat and clothes storage next to the black front door. Free floor space between the wall and the striped black and white rug is perfect for setting aside boots, creating a homemade mudroom. A wood ladder leaning against the wall displays a tapestry collection adding neutral tones and great texture to the space.
Rich fabrics make a striking juxtaposition with the smooth sheen of the black baby grand piano in this traditional living room. A red and gold brocade chair sits at the ready for the next musician, and on the wall hangs a tapestry.
Luxurious tapestry in rich shades of forest green, chartreuse and burgundy adorn the walls of this dining room. The cotton velvet curtains tie in the red from the berries within the wallpaper pattern and match the velvet finish of the upholstered dining chairs. A traditional crystal chandelier completes the composed and beautiful design.
The mirrored nightstand and luxurious tapestry headboard give off a glamorous sparkle in this bedroom designed by Tina Mellino, but they belie a family-friendly functionality. "Everything in this room is durable," Tina says, "because I designed it as an adult guest suite where the client's grandchildren could also come to play video games. The duvet cover, for example, is a soft machine-washable linen." The wall behind the bed features a custom-mixed coppery paint treatment from Variance that's applied with a trowel and lightly buffed. "It creates a wonderful soft texture that reflects light differently at different times of day," Tina says.