A coffered ceiling with beadboard adds character and texture to the homey cookery in HGTV Dream Home 2015. Recessed lighting and a perfectly-proportioned skylight create the ideal lighting combination in this bright, beautiful space. “I think everyone who comes in is astounded by the quality of the craftsmanship,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “The people who worked on this house are really proud of what they do, and it’s pretty exhilarating.”
A gravel stone walkway creates a quiet pathway to a classic covered front porch with a white beadboard ceiling and traditional black front door. A white wicker chair is positioned on the porch, offering a place for outdoor relaxation.
A jute accent chair injects natural texture to warm up this white bedroom. The board and batten fireplace connects with a beadboard-covered pitched ceiling and exposed wooden beam in true farmhouse style. The sleek black fireplace introduces a contemporary element to contrast with country-inspired elements.
A light color palette and white vaulted ceiling with recessed lighting keeps this kitchen feeling open and spacious. Gray floors provide soft contrast to the all-white cabinets and neutral tile backsplash for a transitional design.
Many details were incorporated in this classic kitchen to give it dimension since the surrounding cabinets, counters and backsplash are white. Polished-nickel plumbing, hardware and custom grilles along with the island pendants add shine.
Two long runs of counter space give plenty of room in this cottage kitchen. Blue-painted antique corbels hold open shelving and support the peninsula overhang, bringing vintage-inspired whimsy to the space. Designer Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's "Sarah's Summer House," chose three different cabinet colors to create a dynamic color palette. She used natural materials and a lighthearted color for the backsplash, and the seeded glass cabinet doors bring an extra touch of softness.
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's "Sarah's Summer House," went for rustic charm when designing the living room. The room seems as if it's perched over the water with its wraparound windows. She arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
Wicker mid-century modern dining chairs make for a surprising but stylish pairing with the rustic wood and metal dining table. White beadboard walls and ceilings lighten up the space and give it a country cottage feel. The round Edison bulb chandelier adds an industrial element that doesn't compete with other pieces in the room due to its airy design.
This spacious covered sitting area features a dark wood beadboard ceiling paired with neutral tones, as seen in the stone patio tiles. Two brown wicker outdoor sofas boast comfy neutral cushions and striped throw pillows, while a distressed coffee table provides a rustic touch. An outdoor kitchen is located nearby.
The built-in shelves and spacious bench in this mudroom help you transition in and out of the house. Beadboard paneling and a tongue and groove ceiling lend an elegant country aesthetic to the space, while an Arts and Crafts pendant light shines from above.
A dramatic change in this kitchen's makeover was the rethinking of an awkward partially-vaulted ceiling. The solution? Close in most of the vaulted area and make a barrel vault over the arched window. Dark stained walnut beadboard draws the eye to this unique feature.