Soft hues, plush bed linens and and a personalized touch create a cozy and timeless look for this master bedroom. An upholstered headboard adds an earthy tone to the light walls, while a blue tufted bench creates seating at the foot of the bed.
This open kitchen emphasizes family-style entertaining with a large dining table near the kitchen sink. Stainless steel floating shelves allow for an artful display of kitchen essentials, while boxy red ottomans and an earthy mosaic backsplash balance the dark gray hues throughout the kitchen.
Add a natural touch to each Thanksgiving dinner place setting by weaving a sprig of dried wheat through a handwritten place card. The neutral, earthy colors of the wheat and card stock contrast beautifully against a boldly hued linen napkin.
Fabric with a global and bohemian pattern in warm hues wraps around a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher at the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The Lush Scene pattern is from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color collection. For the earthy orange painted trim, she used “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
Updating your home's exterior paint can be intimidating, but there's a quick way to simplify it. When choosing new colors, remember that a color scheme consisting of three or four coordinating hues works well for most exteriors. Given this home's lack of ornate detail, three shades of earthy greens are used on the siding, trim and doors.
Comfortable seating in hues that echo the surrounding landscape creates a homey retreat amidst the treetops in this transitional living room. Windows extend nearly 30 feet in height, bathing the space in light and offering breathtaking views of the forested Alaska terrain. Materials are grounded and earthy, from the wood-plank coffee table to the metal lamps to the natural window moldings.
The moody hue that makes the outside such an eye catcher continues into the main room, a cozy communal space just off the main check-in. The room is designed with a beautiful mix of textures that is the hallmark of rustic spaces. Various types of wood, stone and metal surfaces combine to create an earthy, tactile feel. Meanwhile, classic notes, like the Chesterfield sofa and portrait wall art enhance the feel of an old-school gentleman’s club.