A classic faucet incorporates traditional style into this modern guest bathroom. Using penny tile in navy is a fresh take on a classic style while the metal tray helps keep things organized on the counter.
Wallpaper classic. Dusty green wallpaper with a traditional floral print mixed with classic elements — the stand-up shower and ornate table featuring an antique typewriter create an unforgettable three piece bathroom.
Ideal for hosting parties or cooking for two, this functional kitchen features an arched vent hood, detailed cabinetry and alcoves built in above the stove to hold spices, oils and other flavorings for convenient cooking. Design by Gail Drury
You can’t miss these bright red cottages when you’re out on the water. Their cheery hue is thanks in part to a durable paint mixture that incorporates cod liver oil, a common practice in fishing communities.
Liz Eicholz left New York City for the greener pastures of Savannah's historic Ardsley Park neighborhood to start a business Weezie Towels with her business partner Lindsey Johnson, that caters to customers looking for quality bespoke towels.
Highlight windows and balance negative space with bare garland and round wreaths. Keeping greenery bare adds just the right amount of texture and color. Don't worry — you'll pull in those classic holiday hues on the porch.
Classic, timeless materials such as polished Diana Royale marble were specified for the floors and wall pattern. A modern basket weave stone border was used to add interest and topped off with a beveled marble pencil liner.
It’s easy to see the appeal of Scandinavian design. Helga Jonsdottir’s home, located in the heart of Reykjavik is a classic example of this wildly popular trend. An aesthetic that hails from the Nordic regions of Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, this style is all about functional minimalism, but it’s not so stripped down that interiors feel cold and uninviting. They’re balanced with a bit of warmth, too and the Swedish call this lagom, meaning “just right”.