No matter the style, these spaces are full of charm.
This antiques-filled features a French daybed, trumeau mirror, Chinese porcelain birds, and a Louis XV side chair.
Designer John Oetgen used classic furniture, art, and quirky pieces (like the frog stool) to add personality to the oak-paneled living room in his .
Danielle Rollins' opulent , designed by Miles Redd, has a living room that can seat 40 and features an Oushak carpet, walls upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils silk satin, and a painting by Agustin Hurtado.
The faded coral Robert Kime curtains informed the color palette of this grand , home, which has hosted Thomas Edison and President Grover Cleveland.
Interior designer Mimi Williams' went with neutrals in her , but she mixed periods and styles and included whimsical items like a linen pillow made from vintage gloves.
Bold patterns in neutral tones work together harmoniously in designer Eric Cohler's historic .
Simple furnishings in bold shapes paired with pops of color make for a refreshing combination in this .
Designer Susan Ferrier made the double-height living room of this feel more intimate by creating a variety of seating arrangements.
The living room of this is a study in patterns and textures, including throw pillows in Clarence House and antique Fortuny fabrics.
Fine antiques have their place in this , which features a French sofa, 19th-century creamware lamps, and 1950s slipper chairs.
Designer Suellen Gregory mixed contemporary art with gilded antiques in this 1921 in Richmond, Virginia.
The elegant palette of pale blue and neutrals in this stately includes an element of the unexpected in the form of a zebra-print Stark area rug.