[Above] Bohemian home in South Orange, New Jersey offers some ideas on what to do with small and oddly spaced areas. These are beautiful results.

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What’s Old is New For a young family settling down in South Orange, New Jersey, designer Jill Danyelle decorated a stately, 100-year-old home in a boho-modern style perfectly suited to their 21st-century life. The living room combines a navy tufted sofa, indigo-printed textile, and a pair of pink silk pillows custom made in India.

Open House The open-feeling floor plan was a unique surprise in the historic home. The formal dining room offers views through the living area and entry to the spacious sunroom. Danyelle found the chartreuse upholstered bench on Etsy.

A Place in the Sun The homeowner’s collection of botanical prints was one of the few pieces from their small city apartment that made the grade in their new home. A vintage rocking chair and pouf complete the sun-splashed space.

New Trad Danyelle chose to preserve the dining room’s dark, paneled walls and balance their traditional air with bright, contemporary pieces, including a modernist Blu Dot dining table and statement-making faux peacock sculpture.

In the Details The home’s good bones won over Danyelle at first sight. She chose to keep the shell largely intact and marry the styles by layering in pieces from different eras.

Layer Up The master suite boasts a soothing palette brought to life by a mix of vintage finds. An indigo textile, sheepskin rug, and gilded lattice headboard add texture to the more classic pieces.

Palette Cleanser A soothing gray-blue wall color grounds warm accents, including a pair of the homeowners’ own sketches and casual, layered window treatments.

In the Mix In the same space, pieces that range from antique to rustic to minimal and sculptural come together for a truly eclectic vignette.

Mixed Doubles A colorful kilim grounds the nursery, where a vintage bird print takes pride of place. In the attic, which functions as the wife’s work space and a guest room, a pair of vintage-inspired rattan chairs from Urban Outfitters are pulled up to a slim IKEA desk.

Moody Blues The upstairs room’s lounge area was created by draping daybeds in simple drop cloths. The live-edge coffee table was custom made, and the blue rug is actually a repurposed baby blanket Danyelle gifted to the family.

Layer Up The master suite boasts a soothing palette brought to life by a mix of vintage finds. An indigo textile, sheepskin rug, and gilded lattice headboard add texture to the more classic pieces.

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