|Living area by Molly Luetkemeyer of M. Design Interiors|
Molly Luetkemeyer does just that in the living room above with a carefully selected mixture of modern, traditional, and exotic furniture and accessories. I love that rug and the fabrics on the sofa pillows!
|Bedroom by Greek designer Tetty Stefanou|
From the suzani on the wall to the antique curtain fragments that make up the bed cover, this room's design is sure to carry you away to distant lands. (It's location in the Greek isles doesn't hurt either!)
|Bedroom by Peter Dunham|
|Bedroom by Kemble Interiors|
How great are these vintage suitcases? The pairing of chocolate brown and blue is quite classic, but the pattern of the fabric and texture of the wall gives the room a more modern allure.
Jacques Grange gets playful in his own home, displaying a wild assortment of art and objects.
Could you work a feathered headdress into your interiors?
|Bedroom by John Robshaw|
|Bedroom by Lisa Fine|
Here is a bedroom by yet another textile designer, Lisa Fine. Aren't those green bed posts intriguing?
|Vignette by Schuyler Samperton|
Love the bone-inlaid chest, love the blue and white vases, and love the fiddle-leaf fig tree peeking in the side of the photo!
|Living area by Sara Gilbane Interiors|
I think this last room of the day perfectly illustrates what exotic accents in interior design can achieve in a room: interest and warmth. Combining a rich wall color, an unexpected light fixture, a zebra rug, and some striking textiles gives this room a cozy, yet worldly look, and creates quite the romantic reverie!