This fun living space enjoys sweeping views of the Washington waterfront, as well as heat from an antique wood stove. Four red leather club chairs create a great conversation nook when paired with a graphic rug and complementary pillows. Loads of windows amplify the view and bring in copious amounts of natural sunlight.
The kitchen's walls are painted with Farrow & Ball's "Off-White" and the woodwork "Old White" for a clean and straightforward appeal. An antique black stove sits in front of two floating shelves that keep cute teacups and other dishes on hand.
Jen was determined to find a vintage stove to complete the kitchen's farmhouse concept. Luckily, family friends were opening an antiques store and had just what Jen needed.
Hatmaker Helper: Use water and crinkled aluminum foil to remove rust from metal.
There are good times to be had on this round patio.The outdoor dining and lounge area allows guests a space to enjoy the outdoors. Made of flagstone, it features lounge chairs, floor lamps, a stand-alone antique stove and a table with umbrella shade.
Beadboard walls and ceilings, an antique white stove and butcher block countertops all add country charm and character to this galley kitchen. Open shelving encourages minimalism in the kitchen since too many items on display can looked cluttered. Here, pretty glass jars filled with grains and a framed black-and-white photo look perfectly styled and organized.
Rustic touches add a homey feel to this country kitchen with a large wooden island and barstools. Baskets hang over the stove and from the ceiling as an antique pewter candelabra acts as a centerpiece on the island.
Separating the kitchen and living room spaces, a small bar adds casual seating and provides a place to house the stove. Covering this bar is antique barn wood that has been repurposed to create a rustic, farmhouse look in this updated kitchen. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.