The homeowners wanted a space for their boys that was both fun and masculine, so designers used a navy, teal, walnut and gold color palette to create this shared boys' room that has private spaces for each of the children.
These better-for-you breakfast muffins boast a secret ingredient to boost the moisture and protein: cottage cheese. Plus, they’re packed with fresh blueberries and kissed with a crispy and sweet whole-grain oatmeal streusel topping. With all this goodness, you’ll be begging for a second! Get the recipe >>
This long, arched hallway with oatmeal-colored walls leads into the master bedroom's sitting area, seen at the end of the hallway. The master suite features a crystal chandelier and elegant draperies creating a warm and inviting retreat.
Try your hand at drying apples, either in the oven or using a dehydrator. Drying is a great way to preserve apples long-term. When apples are fully, properly dry, they’ll last up to six months in a cool, dark place. Or you can also freeze them for longer storage. Dried apples make a tasty snack and are a great addition to homemade granola or trail mix. Grab chopped dried apples for an oatmeal topper or a delicious addition to oatmeal cookies.
Washed out wood floors and soaring white ceilings give this master bedroom a bright, open feel. A simple wrought iron canopy bed with billowy white curtains enhances the airiness of the space. An oatmeal-colored rug helps define the sleeping area.
To achieve a more spacious feel in just an afternoon, switch out your patterned rug for one in a light color. The pale oatmeal-colored carpet that designer Martha Angus chose for this bedroom has a subtle interlocking diamond and tassel pattern that moves the light around the room.
Neutrals are a popular choice for fall decorating, especially oatmeal tones that blend perfectly with oranges, deep greens and browns. Bring warm texture and rich neutrals to your fall spread with table runners or tablecloths made from thick Belgian linen.
To make her white on white aesthetic fresh and interesting, as seen in this lovely living room, designer Leanne Ford layers varied textures and shades of white, from bright white to cream and more neutral shades like beige and oatmeal, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
The fully equipped kitchen includes a 36-inch six-burner stainless range with electric self-cleaning oven with nine functions, including convection, baking, roasting and warming. A stainless microwave drawer right next door makes it easy to warm up soups or a quick morning bowl of oatmeal.
Soaring ceilings, covered in beadboard and painted white, capture the farmhouse spirit which inspired the design of this bedroom. Floaty white canopy bed curtains, white built-ins and washed out wood floors enhance the open, airy feel of the space. An aubergine-colored quilt and patterned oatmeal-hued rug ground the space.
Wooden boxes with press-on labels are excellent for storing multiple spices jars, condiments and even individual packets of oatmeal. Even though these items on are the top shelf of a pantry, they're easy to access thanks to great thinking by Blogger Angela Lerew of Unexpected Elegance.
The kitchen banquette allows for cozy meals right in the heart of the home. The banquette cushion is made with laminated fabric to make wiping up spaghetti fingers effortless, and keeps the oatmeal fabric looking pristine. A woven pendant light adds texture to the all-white space. Vaulted ceilings expand the overall size of the kitchen space.
Built-ins surround the cozy window seat and provide much-needed storage for a family of five. The cushion is upholstered in a laminated oatmeal fabric in order to combat the muddy shoes and kids' hands. Navy pillows bring in color that's also used throughout the open floor floor plan, and a copper sconce adds light for reading in the evening.
Perfect for a portable breakfast, this overnight oatmeal combines heart-healthy oats, ground flaxseed, apples and walnuts then mixes with nutrient-rich milk for a delicious make-ahead breakfast packed with fiber, whole grains, healthy fat and protein. Serve the oats warm or cold with an extra dollop of Greek yogurt for a protein boost. Get the recipe >>
A yummy blend of oatmeal, chopped caramels, walnuts and chopped apples make this cookie a winner. The richest version features true caramel candies, but you can substitute caramel-flavored chips in a pinch. They don’t deliver the same gooey sweetness as the candy, but the flavor comes close. Because of the apple, these cookies are moist. Store in layers separated by parchment sheets. Refrigerate if you plan on storing them beyond a few days—if they last that long. For a variation, try different nuts, including black walnut, hickory or pecans.