Family photos hang over the crib to keep Baby feeling safe and loved. In the crib, graphic prints are a lively pop of energy and style. Paint color above chair rail: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Crib: Baby Town; Crib mobile: Pottery Barn Kids
This breakfast nook is a perfect example of how the home's designers used a white base to layer on colors, patterns and textures and created a kid-friendly, so-stylish look. Graphic pillows visually pop off the gray bench cushion and a textured pendant complements the hardwood floor.
Using shutters for window treatments gave the clients privacy while adding a more architectural element to the living space. The great thing about the lightweight chairs is that they are easy to pick up and move around the small space. Whether it's in the living area or additional seating at the dining table, these small chairs are functional and look fantastic. An old crate serves as a decorative place for toys.
With a more mature color palette throughout the rest of the house, the living room was meant to evoke a sense of imagination and playfulness in the homeowners and their two daughters. This bold, red armchair and a blue pouf add a fun burst of color to the space.
This teen bedroom boasts an urban vibe inspired by a love for music and all things British. A gray graphic throw pillow with the saying, "Normal Is Boring" is positioned in front of the reclaimed wood headboard, while the Union Jack comforter provides a pop of color.
A bistro-style table for two brings Old World style to this breakfast nook. A built-in banquette provides plenty of extra seating for family and friends. Tudor-style windows fill the space with light, and a chandelier adds extra sparkle and style.