Natural wood tones and simple, clean lines give this bedroom a minimalist feel. Soft-toned hardwood floors match the bed frame and dresser with a small modern chair beside. Plenty of natural light pours in from the two large, narrow windows with white frames.
These vintage doors are a clever transition from Angela's daughter's bedroom into her art studio. Angela found the doors, lacquered them and had them put on a track system in order to divide the two spaces. Notice that just beyond the doors in the hot pink studio, the trim color is white as opposed to the tone-on-tone application we've seen throughout the home. Bright white borders on the deep pink tone define the color even more. Another cool trick? When your case goods don't actually match, have them painted the same color simply for continuity. Neither of the tables, chests or dressers in this space were sourced together or at the same time, however the crisp white finish on each makes it look like they were destined to live in the same room.
Layered patterns are the key to this dining room's exquisite look. Bold wallpaper coordinates with heavy drapes in the same pattern, while the dining chairs opt for tone-on-tone houndstooth upholstery. Because the scale of the two patterns don't compete with one another, the layering is a success.
A matching pair of shag rugs unites two separate living areas within this master bedroom. Their silver gray shade sets the tone for the room, which features a sophisticated sitting area for two. Matching chairs are artfully upholstered in beige velvet with coordinating damask velvet.
Warm wooden tones and neutral textures liven up this transitional dining room. A textured gray area rug works with the upholstered dining chairs. Two dropped pendant lights with lamp shades hang above the dark wooden table.
These two separate living areas were united within this master bedroom using a matching pair of shag rugs. Their silver-gray shade sets the tone for the room, which features a sophisticated sitting area for two. Within the sitting area, two matching chairs are artfully upholstered in beige velvet with coordinating damask velvet on the sides.
This living room features a rich color palette, as seen in the pillows, earth-toned fireplace tiles and hanging artwork. A unique wood table with two chairs sits at the center of the room, while two neutral floral sofas receive a bit of color from the decorative throw pillows.
A single dash of red from the side chair animates this quiet, subdued living area. The two-tone sofa plays warm against cool for a contemporary offbeat palette, while a trio of framed black and white photos hangs above.
A piano resides in one corner of this living room which uses neutral and white tones. A sofa and two coordinating chairs are upholstered in a beige fabric, while the other living room furniture including a sideboard, two stools, built-in shelving and fireplace are featured in all white.
Chair rail molding divides two-toned walls in this neutral dining room. Sheer curtains and white blinds feel crisp and airy against the dark hardwood floor and black dining table. Fresh flowers and a bowl of fruit add a refreshing splash of color.
In this open kitchen and dining room, warm wood elements connect the two spaces with their simple lines and earth tones. To balance the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, cool gray dining chairs were paired with the wood dining table.