A blend of ivory, neutral and soft metallics create a polished sitting area. A plush cream sofa, tufted ottoman and gold armchair provide a variety of textures while still giving a harmonious blend of luxurious fabrics. A gold hutch paired with two ornate urns brings a touch of exotic charm to this space.
The custom-made bed swing on this Atlanta back porch beckons people to read, chat and nap among the natural surroundings. The swing is one of the homeowners' favorite elements of their outdoor living space.
The farmhouse-style look continues to the porch of this California home. Beth Dana Design decorated the doorway with a galvanized container, turquoise chair and vintage-looking fixtures. The renovated exterior of the early 1900s home has board and batten siding and bright white wide trim.
Beth Dana Design took on an extensive remodel with this early 1900s Santa Barbara farmhouse. The turquoise front door provides a jolt of color on the porch, which has barn-style lighting, a metal bin overflowing with firewood and a galvanized planter. Architectural elements include board and batten siding and a bead board ceiling.
Designer Beth Dana converted the space to a bright, finished-looking studio. When the original 1920s doors are open, the studio becomes a tropical oasis, with avocado and orange trees, bamboo and a trellis overflowing with bountiful climbing roses.
Don’t be afraid to go bold with a dark, rich wall color, especially when mixed with earthy, global elements to give your space depth and interest. Lighter furniture and rugs balance these dramatic walls in this sitting room from Dana Wolter Interiors.
The inside of this bathroom door is finished with chalkboard paint, creating a rustic message board in this small bathroom. A freestanding tub, pedestal sink and oval mirror complete the cozy cottage feel of the space.
Vintage trophies for toothbrushes and other grooming supplies sit on a custom concrete sink in this bathroom filled with clever details. Designer Dana Lynch used hide-covered milking stools and antlers for ball caps to add to the whimsical, charmingly retro feel of this boys' bath.
More like the kind of chic, elegant kitchen you'd find in a Manhattan loft, this stunning kitchen from Dana Lynch Design features Keystone Millworks cabinets with a cerused finish and tall glass-front cabinets that give this space the feel of a culinary showplace.
As more and more homeowners abandon the notion of the dedicated dining room, designers are coming up with clever new ways to make this space multipurpose and suitable for daily life (not just special occasions). This dining room by Dana Lynch Design could do double duty as a home office, homework station or simply living room party overflow. A chandelier from Circa lighting offers a little mod attitude within a space defined by twin etageres, a vintage dining table and Milo Baughman chairs.