Symmetry is key for this colonial-inspired home exterior. Tall twin shrubs and sage-green shutters flank four windows, balancing the front of the home. An off-white portico and front door, painted the same color as the house, blend with the siding's color for subtle definition.
White shelving units and drawer storage flank a white vanity in this sage green bathroom, providing convenient storage for toiletries. When not in use, the small white stool fits underneath the wood vanity countertop to save space.
Put a more practical spin on your dining room’s window treatments by choosing easy-to-clean, carefree fabrics. Here, cotton duck in a spring green tone was chosen for its casual look and its ability to be dry-cleaned in the event of any mishaps. Other kid-friendly options include acrylic, polyester, linen and burlap.
There is plenty of storage in this stylish laundry room. Running the length of the wall above the washer and dryer, there are cabinets, while a small, slender cabinet is situated on either side of the machines for additional storage. This helps the homeowner keep her laundry room neat and tidy with a space for everything.
Most designers prefer to stay consistent with metal finishes in dining rooms, from the hardware and lighting and down to the flatware on the table. While stainless steel and pewter have remained the most popular choice nationwide, antique brass is a more unique yet classic and timeless option. In this dining room, brass was used on the chandelier, the Brutalist mirror sculpture and in the framing of the children’s art.
HGTV's Buying and Selling painted this bedroom a soothing shade of green, making it the perfect spot to unwind at the end of the day. Rustic nightstands and brown window panels offset the neutral tones in the room, while white bed linens keep the look light and airy.
Turning right off the foyer leads guests into the owner's dining room. Here, patterned wallpaper washes the space in a gorgeous, sage green hue, while a white buffet and a black-and-white area rug bring in some geometry.
The outdoor landscape is incorporated in this living area with carefully chosen natural elements, like house plants and an elegant lampshade pattern. Neutral sofas anchor the sitting area and green and white striped curtains frame a stunning view from the adjacent balcony.
An antique fireplace mantel serves a new purpose as a bar counter with bright red tractor seat stools. In the alcove to the left, a refrigerator and copper vessel sink make up the wet bar for this second floor family room.