The covered patio with wood slat siding and a double sided fireplace acts as a second living room for the home. A wicker sectional sofa with neutral cushions is a comfortable place to enjoy company and conversation.
Skip the orange and brown this fall, and choose a color scheme that's rustic and classic. The outdoor spaces of this house are decorated in shades of pine green and cranberry, a seasonally appropriate but less expected palette for autumn.
Dusty purple, navy blue and cool gray create a deep, trendy color palette in this tasteful living room. A wood media console adds an earthy touch to the design, and a fiddle leaf fig tree breathes life into the space.
This sophisticated Spanish retreat provides an updated take on Old World beauty by mixing contemporary fabrics and fixtures with natural materials and iron accents. A soft, light wall color and three large windows keep the spacious living area feeling bright and airy.
Officially, Shauna didn’t intend to put this Otomi wallpaper by Hygge & West all over the bathroom. But the real story is, she knew what she was doing all along. With the metal and glass table (from Urban Outfitters) that holds towels, this room feels like a spa—for labradoodle Rooney, too.
Black floors provide striking contrast to the light gray walls and white trim in the family room. Colorful accents found in the art, furnishings and books add a playful touch to the sophisticated design.
Trying to pin down the style of Shauna Glenn’s house in Fort Worth, TX, is impossible—which is exactly why it’s so enjoyable to look at. There are trendy rugs and timeless furniture, contemporary art and classic light fixtures, and endless charm.
Working with a monochromatic color palette of gray, black and white, the kitchen boasts bright white cabinets, two kitchen islands in black and dark wood flooring. Four, dark wood barstools line the island with a waterfall granite countertop to offer a place to dine. A large wine fridge is a great addition for the host who loves to entertain.
Shauna fell in love with the cabinet, by Hooker Furniture, while the house was still in the blueprint stage and made sure it would fit in this small space. She had the legs removed to make it vanity height and a hole cut in the top for a sink. Two other twists on classics: damask-inspired wallpaper by Serena & Lily and a navy lacquer pagoda mirror from Shades of Light.
Shauna’s reasons for leaning traditional in the kitchen were purely practical: She plans to be cooking there for a long time. “Marble subway tile is never going out of style,” she says. Even so, the space has personality, with bistro barstools from CB2, Shauna’s collection of colorful drinking glasses displayed on the counter and a vivid runner by Annie Selke’s Dash & Albert.