Inspired by colors of nature, designer Sarah Richardson uses mint-green mosaic tile to create a focal wall and covers the floor in a beautiful marble. Paneled walls and shutter-inspired cabinets give the space a charming cottage feel.
In this bathroom, designer Sarah Richardson of Sarah's House brings in incredible soft, filtered light with a skylight above the tub. A vintage table is transformed into a vanity with a marble top. For the bathroom flooring, luxurious marble is honed and sealed so it's not slippery and will last forever.
Busts can bring a sense of elegance to a garden. Consider adding one to a potting table, as seen in designer Susanne Hudson's Georgia garden. She's the co-founder of the annual Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival, Garden Tour and Flower Show in Douglasville, Ga.
A white picket fence helps provide the structure for the this gorgeous cottage-style garden. Another perennial garden surrounds the gazebo, which is illuminated at night. Posted by HGTV fan retired editor.
For this cottage-style bathroom, designer Sarah Richardson chose a pair of glitzy mirrored sconces, instead of a standard bar-style vanity light, to flank the Venetian mirror. Not only do the sconces work beautifully in this feminine space, they're also a great choice for lighting the vanity area because they provide even cross lighting with minimal glare.
To reflect the beautiful beach views, subtle blues are mixed with a soft neutral color palette. The upholstered headboard provides a simple backdrop to the striped and patterned pillows. Two dressers flank the bed, providing much-needed storage.