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Craigslist, reupholstered in fabric by Maharam. Gold accents can be found all throughout the room — from the finish on the light fixture, to the accessories on the table, to the stripes in the rug. The subtle golden splashes both complement and warm up the icy blue upholstery on the chairs.
It also lets one admire the fabric on the chairs and the retro-style light fixture. See the rest of this homeMore: Guest Picks: 20 Unique Golden AccessoriesImagining a Stylish Nest for Beyonce and Jay-ZMetal Mixology
like in a light fixture, pull the color down by adding a rug with gold accents. Pepper the space in between, such as table surfaces, with silver accessories to achieve that sense of equilibrium.
little accessories such as tights and hair ties. Michael and Courtney added the white flooring to match the existing floors in the boys’ room upstairs.Wall paint: Strong White, Farrow & Ball; pear print: Pirum Parum Pear Poster by Fine Little Day, Little Baby Company
Open baskets serve as no-fuss storage for little accessories such as tights and hair ties. Michael and Courtney added the white flooring to match the existing floors in the boys’ room upstairs.Wall paint: Strong
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on your walls, consider balancing the look with a silver coffee table or even silver accessories atop your current coffee table.
Using gold in home design isn't particularly new, but it's usually seen in accessories. Instead, try introducing this glamorous metallic confidently by choosing furniture
Use golden accessories to warm up a neutral space. These molten side chairs prove that small accents can be just as effective as larger pieces. Golden hues continue in the pelican painting which gives a nod to the home's coastal locale
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that dress every surface of this space. Little ones would love its playfulness, but if you swapped out the colorful accents for stylish, minimalist accessories, it would morph from sweet to sophisticated in a flash.
Playfulness. This child's bathroom doesn't need color on the walls to feel fun and fabulous. Accessories in green, yellow, orange and pink give it a whimsical look without taking away from the classic finishes. And I love how the round mirrors match
new bathroom decor as your family grows, and your needs and tastes change. Fast forward five or 10 years, and I bet you’ll find the candy-coloured accessories in this all-white contemporary family bathroom are long gone, with new stylish (and more grown-up) pieces in their place.
Speaking of knitting, pull out cozy cable-knit accessories. This means anything from fisherman's sweaters to plant snugglies.
Tap into the trend with accessoriesAccessories can be a clever way to create a supersize statement without making too big a commitment
of the bones of the house white and added color through furnishings and accessories. See more of this house.
A gleaming white bath is a great canvas for a shower curtain featuring printed cheerful zinnias. Colorful accessories like this are a great way to ease into your daily routine even if you aren't
hand of the artist in each piece." The bathroom was designed so that the background is a blank canvas, and items like the shower curtain, rugs, and accessories can be switched out to instantly change up the look.
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and furniture so that the family's possessions and accessories could provide the main color points. Bright books and knickknacks create visual interest on a white full-height bookshelf in the living room.
Unless you live in a library, mix accessories with books. (Just keep the paperbacks in the bedroom
inconspicuous.) If you don't own books, buy some at a yard sale or library sale — they do wonders to warm up a room and are one of the cheapest accessories you can find.Not My Precious Books! Pain-free Ways to Declutter Your Library
3. Upgrade Your AccessoriesChanging hardware and bathroom accessories may be the easiest and most inexpensive way to spruce up your bathroom. Choose drawer pulls in bright colors or unique materials
bold statement on a plain vanity. Designer tip: "The details are what matter," says Wild. "Sometimes you don't have a lot of wall space for art and accessories, so the gem in your room is the drawer pulls. This is where you splurge a little."