In lieu of red, pink can be a lovely, contemporary design-forward way to bring festive color to your home. We love how the pink bow on this wreath cleverly draped on a shower door is echoed in the pretty pink bow-ornamented package outside the bathroom door here.
With windows this tall and dramatic, all you really need is a frame. These shutters allow the light to flood in. Place darker furniture like this glossy black table and gray chairs closer to the light (and white walls) to maintain that airy feeling.
"Higher thread counts feel great, but they aren't the only factor to consider when evaluating quality," says Crowell. "Fiber content (natural vs. synthetic) and fabric finishing play an important role in the quality of bedding. Keep an eye out for attributes such as long-staple cotton, single-ply yarn, shrinkage control and mercerization."
This nook was created by leaving a space between the wall and bookshelf. The space was then filled with a green and white patterned beanbag, custom accessories floating overhead, and model horses. Custom wood wall letters spelling "think" encourage creativity and exploration.
This simple dining room instantly takes on a wintry grace with a centerpiece of pinecones and branches. The room's neutral setting acts as a blank canvas. Add accessories and colors when seasons and occasions change.