This kitchen feels very light and sunny, but in a twist from the often seen all-white kitchen, this one layers neutrals like the soft tan walls, woven shades, brown tile backsplash and hardwood floors.
This neutral bathroom features a simple white pedestal sink paired with a small medicine cabinet. Tan grasscloth wallpaper covers the walls, while marble tiles line the shower. An Aubrey Hepburn print hangs above the toilet, adding a vintage touch to the space.
This sunny traditional living room may be small, but natural light floods in through tall windows to make the space feel larger. A custom sectional sofa and area rug help to define the room without taking up essential square footage.
This neutral living room features a suede tan sofa positioned in front of a gray stone fireplace and ivory area rug. Two windows flood the room with natural light, while a natural wood and metal staircase leads the way to the home's second floor.
A coffee table on wheels makes it easy to shift things around when guests come over or whenever you want more floor space. In a fun twist on the usual, the designers chose to make the ceiling a light tan, keeping the walls crisp white.
This oversized tan armchair has blue piping, a coordinating teal and turquoise pillow and sits next to a potted fern. A large white-framed picture of a sun over a body of water uses the same color scheme but with a pop of orange, red and yellow.
The large tan sectional in this transitional living room provides ample seating for a large crowd. The open space allows people to visit and socialize between the kitchen and living room areas while the white-beamed ceiling adds a traditional note to the space. A large wood coffee table fills the space in front of the sofa for a cozy, sitting area effect.
In this stylish green living room, a tan daybed with plenty of cushy pillows sits in front of a curtained window, which floods the space with light. Two simple ottomans serve as a coffee table or extra seating.