Designers wanted to capitalize on the beautiful mountain views outside the windows, so they kept the interior design neat, crisp and simple, yet still elegant. The living room in this space is no exception to that vision. Lots of windows allow plenty of natural light into the space, allowing patrons of the room to see outdoors to the beautiful mountain views. The light reflects off the gray walls, bringing the natural green tint of the trees indoors. Blue and gray furniture occupies this space and highlights the natural hues of the mountainside, making the living room feel as if it were a part of the mountains that surround it.
A small dining table and chairs leaves ample open space to highlight the open floor plan. Houseplants bring a touch of color to the neutral tones while low-backed furniture accentuates the height of the room. Natural wood beams frame the room transition from the dining area to the living room and compliments the warm tone of the hardwood floor.
Natural light accentuates the breath of fresh air in the modern farmhouse look of this inviting living room. Natural wood beams, a brick hearth white washed walls bring a beautiful combination of textures to the room. Pale blue pieces and patterned chairs liven up the design without overpowering the serene feel.
Woven textures, whether solid or multicolored, add pattern while embracing handmade imperfections. We curated our books by cover color to emphasize the sunwashed feel and natural colors of this TerraCottage trend.
This master bathroom sink features a sleek rectangular faucet, adding a polished look to the overall contemporary design scheme. A brown and neutral mosaic tile backsplash provides a natural color accent.
This lovely bedroom in a Chelsea apartment in New York City demonstrates how a natural color palette, pretty greenery and simple textiles combine with a glamorous vanity station for a delicate feminine statement.