Decorate In Haunting Style
For a Halloween display in her dining room, Lisa tops her usually empty terra-cotta pots with white faux pumpkins and scraggly dried moss. Ripped cheesecloth gives the illusion of cobwebs on candelabra, and fake crows perch on the centerpiece.
Throughout the home, rooms dressed in mostly white with stainless-steel, brown and black accents highlight Lisa's curious collections. She and husband Jeff, an internist and hobby carpenter, remodeled the house, once a modest 1,000-square-foot cottage, to add space for their three kids and to create an industrial look with farmhouse and cottage features. But it's their vintage pieces, especially the offbeat ones, that give the home its unexpected style.