This farmhouse kitchen feels open and airy with beautiful white cabinetry, porcelain-tiled flooring, stainless steel appliances and a neutral subway tile backsplash. Rustic barstools provide casual seating at the island, which functions as an eating area, preparation station and gathering spot.
This traditional living room is framed by two neutral sofas with white throw pillows around a patterned area rug. Centered on the rug is a large white, circular ottoman in front of the stone contemporary fireplace. Three wood-framed mirrors lean against the wall opposite a corner stationed armchair.
These light and bright living, dining and kitchen areas feature an open concept allowing for easy transition between spaces. White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash decorate the kitchen, while a metal strap globe chandelier hang over the dining table. Yellow pillows and an area rug accent the living room.
Large, floor-to-ceiling windows flood this living room with natural light, illuminating the blue and neutral upholstered furniture with matching pillows. Wicker baskets and a sisal area rug add a cottage vibe, while a wooden coffee table and white globe chandelier add a modern touch. White subway tiles cover the fireplace.
Elegant, midcentury modern wood furnishings create a casual place to enjoy a meal in this dining room. A double-sided stone subway tile fireplace keeps the space feeling cozy and inviting, and a graphic area rug reflects the color scheme of the room. To finish the design, a modern light fixture hangs above the dining table.
On one side of the main floor at Pereira & O'Dell San Francisco are the individual work stations for the advertisers. Each station contains a computer, a large desk and a rolling chair. However, when staffers need a break or to meet with a client, they can move over to the sitting area of the main floor. This area is equipped with several ottomans and tables and large chairs that complement the colors of the rugs under the workspace desks.
The beauty of a neutral space is its ability to morph quickly with a change of accessories -- in this case, grass-green towels and rug. And neutral doesn't have to mean boring -- touches such as the backsplash with circular tiles and a subway-tiled shower with cutout storage area make this bathroom quirky and unique.
Designate a food and beverage station using foldout tables covered in basic linen tablecloths to keep the main table clutter-free and allow guests to move about the picnic area. Old rugs also function well as table covers. Style with feathery wreaths, reclaimed wood pieces, favors and fresh flowers.
This has got to be the neatest family in the country! Angela actually used a white sofa and white rug in the kids' playroom. Her use of white in this room balances the dark walls beautifully and doesn't allow the red to feel too serious or moody. True to form, this playful space features more black and white pattern, however this time on the ceiling with stick on appliqués: a fun way to get kids involved with designing their own spaces. This entertainment/homeschool/play area, also boasts a computer station tucked away into an alcove for homework without the distractions.