High-gloss floors and painted trim bring distinction to the architectural detail in this modern farmhouse master suite. In the bath, cornflower blue moldings pop against the white walls. The newly built structure marries traditional and modern details throughout, creating a space that's homey and comfortable, yet contemporary and chic.
If you’re having trouble deciding on a paint color for trim work, keep in mind that white is ideal for houses with unique trim work. The white paint used on this ceiling’s classic beams commands attention and draws the eye upward.
A hand-painted black and white floor adds an unexpected, edgy feel to contrast the elegant, detailed gold molding on the ceiling. Streamlined white and gold chairs and a tufted gray sofa are situated around a sleek, reflective black coffee table. A traditional gold mirror hangs above a marble fireplace for added contrast to the contemporary sitting area.
This traditional kitchen showcases white cabinets, neutral floor tile and stainless steel appliances, with an infusion of color from blue pendant lights, paint trim and a pop of red from a fruit arrangement.
Neutral walls and bedding allow the blue-painted trim and colorful accessories to make the design statement in this Brooklyn guest bedroom. A mid-century modern nightstand and modern art play against the traditional lines of the architecture.
This two-story open space includes the living room and kitchen, creating the feeling of a great hall. Heavy, masculine elements, including the stone walls, timber trusses and hanging fixtures, are balanced with ivory painted trim and soft, neutral furnishings.
Dark-painted trim inside the window casings echoes the dark woven frame of the mirror in this California bathroom, creating contrast with the neutral walls and cabinetry. The furniture-style vanity has inset doors and drawers for a streamlined look.
Fabric by Robert Allen envelopes a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher for the 2017 Holiday House NYC. She used Lush Scene, a pattern with bohemian and global style, in the eclectic space. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
This home office and sewing room offers a mix of storage solutions and a flexible furniture arrangement that adapts it for many uses. A "secret door" connects the space to another small office. Reclaimed wood flooring and painted trim are among the period details at play in this historic restoration.
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.
Interior designer Cheryl Settino Mosher layered on print after print for her eclectic, global-inspired study in the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The ceiling is tented with the Lush Scene pattern from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color fabric collection, and the Miles sofa also is from Robert Allen. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
A detail of this charming farmhouse kitchen shows off its open shelving and green marble countertop, details that blend seamlessly and characterize the home's updated take on farmhouse style. Brass hardware and green-painted trim are crisp and on-trend. The designers expanded the kitchen footprint and opened up the home's floor plan to create a family-friendly space.