This homeowner's love for color does not stop in the living room; this kitchen is chock full of color. The wood floor has been painted blue and green with an argyle pattern. A red kitchen island and blue double ovens accent the space. In the back of the bookcases, wallpaper has been applied to add more color to the space. The shelves are dotted with colorful pots, pans and dishes for easy access as well as decoration.
A rainbow mix of colors turns this cottage kitchen into a playful candy land. Green and purple paint makes argyle checks on the wood; a vintage stove comes in a beautiful sky blue. The gingerbread range hood and pendant lights with loopy curlicues are the frosting on the cake.
A white bookshelf with built-in drawers provides ample toy storage in this kid’s room. A painting of cherry blossoms is displayed on the top shelf, while the other shelves are home to stuffed animals, photographs and baskets. A green argyle rug provides a place to sit down and play with all toys.
This neutral girl's bedroom uses a tall bookshelf consisting of both drawers and shelves to showcase toys and collectibles, while keeping small trinkets safely stored. An argyle patterned rug and delicate green armchair are perfect compliments to the sweet style.
Floral Patterned Wallpaper and Blue and Green Argyle Floor in Dining Room
This colorful dining room elegantly blends patterns to create a sweet, feminine space. The blue and green argyle floor that flows in from the kitchen complements the floral patterned wallpaper. The distressed, green farmhouse table and the pink cushions to accent tie the whole space together.
White Transitional Kitchen With Vintage Green Stove
To ensure the vintage apple green stove remains the kitchen's focal point, designer Regina Bilotta ditched the original plan of dark, stained kitchen cabinets, deciding to paint them a bright white instead.
Menswear stockings are a great way to add a tailored touch to your holiday decor. To get the look, try a no-sew approach using iron-on adhesive tape, scissors and old sweaters or dress shirts. Those less likely to tackle this as a project can drop old shirts and sweaters off at their local dry cleaner or seamstress and have it done for a low cost.