A wooden sculpture atop a square wood pedestal just inside the door sets the tone for the mix of traditional mountain house pieces and modern accents in this updated take on a Lake Tahoe vacation home.
This pair of angel's wings was picked up from a local flea market. It's made from scrap wood attached to a frame made of wire that was bent to shape. A similar look can be achieved with wooden shims or with driftwood remnants.
This modern kitchen's wood paneling is handsomely juxtaposed with gray walls and cabinetry. The clean design leaves plenty of room for eye-catching art and sculptural details like the barstools and floating range hood.
A ring of charred wood pieces on the upper terrace of the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase call to mind fire-scarred tree trunks in the old-growth forests in California. Landscape architects Branden Adams and Jennifer Ivanovich simple, sculptural element complements the graceful olive trees and Italianate railing.
Bold orange and teal accents catch the eye in this contemporary living room, adding a pleasant pop of color against the white walls and neutral sofas. Three rectangular, wooden wall sculptures balance the room and complement the wooden coffee table to create a cohesive look.
Well-presented gifts are sure to get everyone in the Christmas spirit. Represent the excitement of the holidays right outside your front door with a wooden gift-box sculpture. Pick up several wooden boxes from the craft store, then paint them with latex paint in your desired holiday color scheme. Cluster them together with screws or small clamps, then dress them up with ribbon. Add a picture hanger to the back, then place it on an outside wall or door.
A mosaic horse statue brings another element of Texas life into the charming living room. According to HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum, “There are a lot of fun objects in the room that add to this story and are subtle references to being in Texas with a lot of its wide open countryside – little subtle tweaks that reference where we are without being too in-your-face.”
A wall of industrial-style étagères provide for both art display and storage in this home office. Reclaimed teak wood sculptures placed atop lacquered display pedestals connect the room to outdoor spaces.
The living room console offers a menagerie of cultural details. Layers of texture meet here, with wooden sculptures atop the metal display. Pieces like the carved horse offer a whimsical touch, reminiscent of a trojan horse.