Pale orange walls blend with brown wood cabinetry in this transitional kitchen by designer Kerrie Kelly. A dark wood floor runs throughout, and a trio of pendant lights hang above a kitchen island. The seating along the kitchen island faces the gorgeously green outdoor view, which becomes the real star of the space.
A pale, pink sofa is the anchor in this glamorous room. These are essential to any well-designed space, but they're especially important in a room with so many disparate parts. Paying special attention to fundamental principles helps ensure that each element feels of a piece.
The kitchen, has a cheerful and airy French Provencal appeal with woodwork treated in a combination of pale blue and wood stain. A rustic metal chandelier over the kitchen island and wide-plank wood floors complete the feel of the countryside.
After a top-to-bottom renovation, this transitional living room is now a proverbial jewel thanks to soft blue walls and matching chairs, a blue-and-green-spotted ottoman, built-in storage shelves with green backs, and a fireplace with a white mantel and blue glass tile surround.
A pale pink palette with some brighter accessories will allow this small nursery to transform easily with time. Small touches like the feathered chandelier, pastel drapes and romantic roses keep a feminine feel.
This transitional kitchen features beautiful gray cabinetry, white quartz countertops and pale green walls. The glass tile backsplash incorporates each of these elements, tying the space's color palette together.
This curvaceous sunroom features windows all around, showcasing this waterfront home's spectacular views. Soft blue on the ceiling and gauzy white curtains bring whimsy to the space, while brightly colored textiles add an overall fun vibe.
A bright red sink is the focal point in this contemporary bathroom. Considerably bulky, the sink balances out the pale wood backsplash and slender vanity accessories. A succulent is a lively accent in a matching red pot.
Classic caning and ceramic figurines feature prominently in this guest bedroom, where designer James Farmer chose a pale floral fabric to upholster the bedstead, occasional chairs and a bench. Monogrammed linens in a barely-there blue give the space a sense of serenity.