Because so much of the living room is defined by neutral walls and furniture, designer Lauren Clement used patterned accents, like the floral armchair and throw pillows, to generate subtle visual interest. The shiplap walls achieve the same effect, bringing texture to the space as well.
Shiplap walls and flooring made from 125-year-old reclaimed wood wraps this guest room in a rustic, cozy feel. A window seat offers the perfect spot for relaxing and taking in the view of the greenbelt bordering the Westlake, Texas, home's property.
This bedroom features black walls as well as black built-in cabinetry and shelving. A large flat-screen television is mounted above the room's fireplace. The room also features a vaulted shiplap ceiling with an exposed beam that supports a Sputnik chandelier.
The statement piece in the bedroom is the custom headboard with arched design, echoing the new archways incorporated into the home's layout. The headboard was designed by Joanna Gaines and fashioned by carpenter and furniture artisan Clint Harp. The shiplap on the ceiling and walls is original to the house and was exposed when old drywall was removed.
Designers with Pop Custom Homes, based in Atlanta, used a pair of wire candleholders on each side of this fantastic piece of colorful art that dominates the mantel. You can find candleholders for less than $20 per pair new, or if you pick up a steal at a garage sale, spray paint them to match the frame or a dominant color in the artwork.
Dutch doors have their perks; in addition to complementing the home's country setting, this one fills the foyer with fresh air and natural light. As guests walk in, they'll also pass a reclaimed wood console table and horse lamp on their way to the kitchen.