The textured stonework on the patio plays nicely off the stone fireplace on this inviting outdoor patio. Using natural textures in both inside and outside spaces connects the home to its bucolic surroundings.
Matching wood chairs are the perfect place to kick back and relax or check email while you enjoy the breeze. The botanical print side table adds a feminine detail while the simple black and white throw echoes the strong lines found throughout the space.
This living space features subtle coastal nuances that complement the theme throughout the home. Recessed lights, a white mantel and grey bricks help to make the rooms seem bigger and more inviting, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Take a closer look at the couple's new nightstands and see that these pieces actually have a floral pattern! Though subtle, the design breaks up all the neutrals and brings even more visual interest to this bedroom.
A teal bench and accent pillow add a splash of color to this corner of the room, enlivening the crisp white walls. With subtle patterns in the furniture and area rug below, the vignette is stylish yet sophisticated.
While the original design leaned heavily on Asian-inspired aesthetics, it was also necessary to integrate some indigenous flowering options for the yard's pollinators. The result is a blend of traditional Asian structure and form, with colorful flowers and shrubs.
Swirled columns and understated archways subtly divide the foyer, living room and dining room in this elegant home. A neutral color palette carries throughout the spaces, tying them together and uniting the first floor.
With clean white walls, soft natural light and a spacious rug underfoot, the living room of this historic Cambridge, Mass., home is at once bright and ethereal. Patterned pillows add subtle visual interest to the sofa, as well as encourage rest and relaxation with man's best friend.
A subtle mix of patterns in the headboard, throw pillows, bedding and curtains add a soft, textural interest to this bedroom without overwhelming the light, casual feel of the space. A vase of fresh-cut orange flowers adds a splash of color to the neutral room.
In the kitchen area, David and Kortney wanted an open feel with a touch of color, so they framed the space with cabinets and counter space, leaving the room with plenty of functionality and the feeling of spaciousness. To add a subtle touch of color, the pair opted for mint green cabinets that would keep the space bright while adding a bit of interest.
Debbie Talianko designed this open kitchen with a ocean-inspired color palette. Stainless steel appliances are integrated into crisp white cabinetry, while the refrigerator is concealed behind custom panels. Restoration Hardware pendants illuminate the island's green marble countertop.