For this home in Charleston, South Carolina, interior designer
Angie Hranowsky created a layered, lived-in look by mixing antiques with new furnishings. A bold use of color and glamorous detail completes the fashionable yet comfortable home that is perfect for a family with two young children. 60
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Hranowsky made the living room more family friendly by adding built-in bookshelves around the sofa. Comfortable seating abounds with a pair of chairs near the fireplace and a daybed (not pictured) for lounging and reading.
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The room has a layered look with a mix of old and new pieces that include a vintage Verner Panton chandelier, a Madeline Weinrib rug, a vintage rattan daybed covered in a Kelly Wearstler fabric for
Lee Jofa and an antique chest of drawers.
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The dining room is a well-used spot in the house—it's where the family eats every evening, where the eldest daughter does her homework and where the client works when at home. The jumping off point for the room's design was the vintage orange lacquered parsons table. Hranowsky added texture and pattern with the China Seas Ikat fabric on the vintage chairs and the salmon colored burlap drapery, which features trim by Kelly Wearstler for
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A brass and copper tree sculpture and vintage pottery make a lovely vignette in the dining room. The antique chest is used to store linens and extra china.
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The den is anchored by a Chesterfield-style sofa covered in a raisin-colored linen and a vintage oriental rug. On the walls, Hranowsky used a gray lilac paint to set the backdrop for the rust and orange tones in the room.
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The bathroom has its original tile floor and a new custom-designed vanity with marble top. The antique Venetian mirror is a showstopper and is paired with a sconce from Circa Lighting. The hall leading to the bathroom is covered in colorful wallpaper by Osborne & Little.
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The master bedroom is calming yet cheery. The simple rattan headboard sets a casual tone, while the mirrored bedside tables add a bit of glamour. The bedding is by John Robshaw, and the Indian pillow and wallhanging were found locally. The drapes are white cotton/linen with a wood beaded fringe by Kelly Wearstler for
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The master bedroom includes an antique chest and an original oil paining acquired from the couple's family.
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For the daughter's bedroom on the second level, Hranowsky covered the room in a large scale patterned wallpaper to disguise the low and uneven lines of the dormered ceiling.
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The eldest daughter's bedroom, which also features a dormered ceiling, is camouflaged with an Indian-inspired toile wallpaper in pink and orange.