White and navy architectural details provide a clean backdrop for the similarly refined color palette in Danielle Rollins' garden where a grove of hydrangea, and daisies provide a sense of enclosure in the pool area. The entire back yard bordered on two sides by Rollins' handsome Georgian home, has a secret garden, private feel that adds to its appeal. "I don't really like flowers that much" says Rollins of her muted color palette and understated garden design, which she did herself.
A mix of natural light and decorative light fixtures add to the bright look of this all-white kitchen. Polished white countertop reflects the light over smooth, large cabinets. A large island extends out to an eat-in area with simple white bar stools. Stainless steel appliances are built into the kitchen, and a few small decorative items add a personal touch to the design.
A pair of large vanities in the master bathroom offer storage, convenience and flow without sacrificing an inch of space. The homeowners knew they needed a double vanity to give them the function that their previous space lacked, but there also wasn't a wall in the space long enough to make this request feasible, so designers decided to install two separate vanities rather than one double vanity, eliminating wasted space while still getting the homeowners the master bathroom of their dreams.
This playful bedroom features charcoal shag carpet, bed spread and wall treatment with pops of red-orange in the side table and throw pillow. The intensity of the red-orange with the calming dark tones and soft surfaces create a balanced, inviting space.