Use Your Antiques as Sculptural Art
First, let me start by saying that the word 'antiques' makes me feel all claustrophobic and cluttered. Maybe it's because the people I know who love antiques can never walk by an antique that's for sale without lugging it home and stuffing it in an overcrowded house. But, as illustrated in Elle Decor, it IS possible to use antiques sparingly so that each one stands out as a unique piece of sculptural art.
(Look at those hoops, would ya?)
The Hampton home of James Huniford, known to his friends as Ford, is the perfect articulation of my secret desire for a house smartly decorated with found objects. Each one has an interesting history. Now that's nice style.
Note: The pipe shelving, very DIY chic.
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