Because the homeowners love blue, white and taupe, the C&H Landscaping team infused the patio with these pretty colors. Thus, blue and white planters, pillows and more make an appearance across the yard.
This aqua-blue contemporary master retreat needed to serve several functions for the homeowner. The design team created a cozy nook for the bed with an aqua accent wall and incorporated task lighting over the bed. Meanwhile, an arched doorway leads to an en-suite bath, laundry area and home office space.
This attractive bedroom features a mix of clean, tailored lines and luxurious details like the tufted headboard and plush rug. The successful mix of elements was one of the design team's main goals throughout the home.
Doctor's orders prevented the design team from using any wallpaper, paint or materials that contained high levels VOC. That means in places like this entryway, they turned to a painter who trained in Paris to create custom treatments. By layering an antique dresser and vintage art against the blue-and-white backdrop, the designers made the space feel carefully curated.
The master bedroom shows how the design team paired the home's sleek architecture with warm materials like the plush blue rug and wood bed. Sunlight pouring in through the windows also has a wonderfully warming effect.
As a focal point for this dramatic space, the design team chose beautiful Azul Macauba, a blue stone from Brazil, to top the oval-shaped island. A whimsical blue backsplash, in a swirling pattern, complements the blue counters and ties in the white cabinetry in the space.
Soft curtains and layers of throw pillows give the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master bedroom a warm and cozy atmosphere. Interior designer Linda Woodrum believes the room exudes beauty and an upscale elegance that is exactly what the design team had hoped for all along.
A modern farmhouse kitchen was a fitting choice for the home, as it speaks to both the exterior and the pastoral setting. By painting the cabinets white to match the subway tile backsplash, the design team ensured that all eyes would be on the distressed blue island in the center. Two industrial pendants, recessed lights and large windows keep the space as bright as possible.
This bathroom is chock full of custom elements, like reclaimed wood shelves that add warmth to the cool blue-and-white space. In this upstairs bath, the design team chose blue penny tile and white subway tile for the walls, a counterpart to a downstairs bath with the colors reversed.