By removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room, designer Sarah Stacey made this space feel wide-open. She then installed a large teal island to match the cabinets and pulled in wood barstools for some stylish seating options.
A neutral living room is given a burst of color thanks to the teal throw pillows and painted coffee table. Traditional accessories, soft colors, and plush furniture make this a comfortable space to curl up in.
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.
Down the hall, a small teal and white bathroom gives guests their own space to freshen up. Where white walls and a chrome sink make the space feel clean, a fish scale backsplash adds beautiful visual interest.
A room that went from being outdated and drab, with a full wall of mirrors and no discernable theme, to the masterpiece you see today. The metallic wallpaper on the statement wall behind the bed reflects light around the room, so deep color in that the headboard doesn’t seem overbearing – instead it feels regal. The teal color in the pillows ties in with the artwork, and brings a sense of levity to this sophisticated space.
The gorgeous tufted bench at the foot of the bed not only offers an extra seat, it also brings in vibrant color to the otherwise neutral space. A large area rug adds warmth underfoot and gives the bedroom an overall cozier and plush feel.
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This modern kitchen uses a bright, bold color palette alongside eye-catching angles to make the space a functional work of art. A kitchen island with a walk-up bar centralizes the aesthetic, while opaque cabinet doors give the cabinetry a sleek update.
Midcentury modern chairs face off in this living room designed by Susan Brunstrum. Built-in bookshelves with a two-toned paint job form a backdrop for the stylish sitting area. The room has great natural light thanks to the large windows on the back wall.
A teal feature wall is fun and mature enough to suit the young occupant of this bedroom both in her childhood and her teenage years. A tailored bed and headboard also will remain timeless throughout her life.