For The Foyer
Imagine the first thing you see that sets the tone of your home. With its faux marble top and curved legs, the antiqueÂ French Gilt Wood console table from East and Orient CompanyÂ strikes just the right romantic note.Â The ideal pairing for this piece is a detailed mirrorÂ — like theÂ antiqueÂ Carved Gilt Wood mirror, which has a frame embellished with a carved floral motif.
For The Living Room
TheÂ Ebanista Castille sofaÂ invites you to relax with its soft lumbar pillowsÂ and high, supportive back. Its curved arms and skirt are the hallmark of European romantic style. For a more colorful alternative, theÂ B. Mori & Co. Silk Velvet Jaguar sofaÂ has an entrancing moss-green hue that’s enhanced by the rich texture of the velvet (along with theÂ Dupioni silk welting).
For The Dining Room
Look for a table with curved legs, such as theÂ Rococo-style round dining tableÂ by B. Mori & Co. Its gilded paint finish highlights the incredible carved details you’ll find throughÂ the base. Then, pull up an elegant chair, like theÂ Whistler lacquer side chairs by Barclay Butera.
For The Kitchen
Though it’s not often thought of as a romantic space, a key detail can bring a little extra charm to the kitchen. The easiest way is to add a stunningÂ chandelier over your kitchen island. We love the decorative leaf details and bronze iron finish of theÂ Double Scroll oval chandelier from GaulSearson Ltd. Another beautiful choice would be theÂ Val chandelier by Pouenat for Interieurs. Its sheer organza shades delicately filter the light into an evocative glow.
For The Bedroom
Add glamour to the bedroom with thisÂ Edward Ferrell & Lewis Mittman Lombard queen bed. The gorgeous tufted headboard is covered in a light-blue linen fabric that’s set off by contrasting ebony lacquered wood trim. Then, set the stage for romance with these antiqueÂ crystal five-candle sconces,Â which channel “old world” European style. The drop crystals and garland also glimmer in the light from the candle-inspired bulbs.