To make this powder room a welcoming space for guests and residents, designers replaced boring brown walls with blue patterned wallpaper from Serena and Lily. Cabinets were painted in a complementary shade of blue. A textured mirror adds depth.
This cottage-style breakfast nook features a Blu Dot Strut dining table in navy lacquer, white chairs from Serena and Lily Tucker, and pillows from Home Goods. The space is surrounded by neutral shiplap walls, and a white banquette provides seating next to the window.
A Serena and Lily beanbag chair and tiny heroes art from Etsy pop against boldly patterned wallpaper in this shared boys' bedroom. A Kallax shelf unit from Ikea offers ample space for storing toys and books, and bunk beds leave room for the boys to play.
This white concrete “table” is a large pillar hurricane from Serena & Lily, with the glass portion removed, placed next to an African daybed. This space is a part of the covered porch designed by Yvonne McFadden in the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse and Marketplace.
Fox sheets by Serena and Lily mix with Target bedding and an array of pillows in this fun and colorful space. Brothers share the bunk beds, a budget friendly find. Layered pattern makes this room a fun and creative space for two young boys to sleep and play.
Bright colors and layered patterns result in a kids' room with plenty of fodder for the imagination. Sheets and wallpaper by Serena and Lily provide instant pop, while a contemporary bunk bed leaves plenty of space for two brothers to play. FLOR tiles can be easily cleaned or replaced as needed.
Shauna fell in love with the cabinet, by Hooker Furniture, while the house was still in the blueprint stage and made sure it would fit in this small space. She had the legs removed to make it vanity height and a hole cut in the top for a sink. Two other twists on classics: damask-inspired wallpaper by Serena & Lily and a navy lacquer pagoda mirror from Shades of Light.
“I tried to make it feel as daring as the rest of the house, but also like a pretty getaway,” Sonal says. For resort vibes, she chose a wicker headboard from World Market, a basket-y light from Serena & Lily, and grass cloth wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries. “My mom stays here a lot and she always asks, “Are you ever going to get tired of the blue?” Sonal says. “I tell her no! There’s so much to look at in our house, I never get tired of any of it.”