The powder room is a lovely nod to this home's historical Tudor roots. An antique wood table was turned into a charming vanity with the addition of a pewter vessel sink and bridge faucet. Patterned wallpaper is the perfect finishing touch.
This 1960s ranch-style home is refreshed with a clean, airy new vibe that still celebrates the home’s unique architectural style. In the master bedroom, a light, romantic concept is incorporated in a monotone color palette. and the result is a space filled to the brim with a sense of spa-like serenity.
Open Plan Kitchen and Dining Room With Cottage Style
A mix of wooden chairs surround the cottage-inspired table in this casual, inviting dining room. The space opens up to the neutral kitchen, which features glass upper cabinets for displaying dishes, open pantry shelves that keep spices handy and a bar area for a extra dining spot.
To make this foyer as open and inviting as possible, walls were kept basic and neutral accented by delicate glass pendants. The space is anchored by a sturdy console table and mirror. Wall paint color: Sherwin-Williams Narce SW6154
In a guest bathroom, simple, ready-made elements create a classic design. Subway tiles have a sophisticated bevel; the marble countertop, basketweave tile and shower curb tie the space together. Beadboard pairs with cottage details on the sconce and medicine cabinet to make the space feel cozy.
Cottage-style Neutral Foyer with Refinished Wood Floors
Removing the louvered windows above the shelves, and opening up the entry to the dining room, redefined the look and feel of this front room. Refinished wood floors and fresh paint in a warm gray help to both soften and brighten the room, that now serves as a large, contiguous entertaining space.
Neutral Cottage Dining Room with Kitchen Peninsula
A portion of the dining room wall was removed, opening the space up to the kitchen and making room for a new kitchen peninsula. The framed items in the corner gallery were found in the house and are from the former owner.
Soft neutral shades punctuated with accents of blue and green make the living room an inviting space to relax in. Instead of a mantel, this older home has wood paneling and pretty molding around the fireplace.