Thursday, June 16, 2011

How To Make Pretties In Your Home

So I thought about posting the before and afters of Courtney Cox's Malibu home but I think E! News and Yahoo have done a pretty good job covering that Elle Decor story..  So I started perusing all of the inspiration photos I've been collecting and realized how many "designer" rooms have items that we have available in our store.  These designers and rooms have been featured in magazines like Veranda, Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, and our very own At Home in Arkansas..  You get the picture.  We love the rich history our antiques have and wanted to breathe new life into them.  That was the single reason why we opened Red Door Living.  To give our area a place to shop for truly one-of-a-kind pieces.  And since we source our antiques direct from China, our prices are shockingly low--we're not going through a middle-man.  Take a look at these designer rooms with antiques and accessories very similar to ours to show you that your own home can look like it belongs in one of those beautiful shelter magazines as well.

Featured in Canadian House & Home magazine

I'd say these look identical to the ones above!  And they are the only set we have in this pattern, making them pretty darn exclusive :)

Terrat Elms Interiors

I accidentally saved over this one and can't find the source but I think it's House Beautiful?

The picture doesn't do this screen justice!  It's two-sided with a different pattern on the back and in person, it looks like it was made with gold leaf.

The Chamberlain Hotel in L.A.


Or this piece..  The hardware is outrageously beautiful!

Paired with a little artwork and accessories

Armonia Decors

At Home in Arkansas

Michael S. Smith featured in House Beautiful

Rare Ancestor paintings--we have a pair :)

We have a very talented decorator on staff who can help incorporate these pieces into your home as well.  All you have to do is stop by and ask!

Have a lovely Thursday and hopefully, the sun pops back out!


Images via At Home, House Beautiful, My Notting Hill, VT Interiors

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