Aqua pineapple print wallpaper ties in with the window panes and door in this tropical sitting area. A rattan loveseat with a pineapple print throw pillow and a bamboo roman shade finish off the tropical theme.
This spacious French country kitchen features gorgeous ceiling beams made of reclaimed wood, an ornate stove hood and a gas range. Cream cabinetry contrasts beautifully against the warm wood in the kitchen island and the window panes above the sink.
A beadboard ceiling, brick accent wall and plenty of warm wood tones give the kitchen of this luxurious Tudor-style home homeyness and character. A built-in, wraparound banquette provides ample seating in the sunny breakfast nook, and criss-cross window panes fit with the home's storybook Tudor construction.
This eclectic guest bedroom features a platform bed, floral duvet cover and reclaimed logs for nightstands. White lamps with black drum shades flank a trio of window panes, while a sunny yellow accent wall butts up against an exposed brick wall.
Fun fact: The reason Colonial architecture tends to feature windows with many small “lights” (individual panes) is that the British imposed high import taxes on large pieces of glass sent into the Colonies.