Washed out wood floors and soaring white ceilings give this master bedroom a bright, open feel. A simple wrought iron canopy bed with billowy white curtains enhances the airiness of the space. An oatmeal-colored rug helps define the sleeping area.
Soaring ceilings, covered in beadboard and painted white, capture the farmhouse spirit which inspired the design of this bedroom. Floaty white canopy bed curtains, white built-ins and washed out wood floors enhance the open, airy feel of the space. An aubergine-colored quilt and patterned oatmeal-hued rug ground the space.
Inspired by the simplicity and character of farmhouses, this bedroom boasts country elements with modern twists. Wide-plank wood floors are washed out and smoothed for a polished take on rustic barn wood floors. Crisp white walls give the space a bright and airy feel.
To enhance the kitchen cabinets' clean lines, the designers chose vertical cabinet hardware. Gray-washed benches are the perfect complement to the dark stained wood floor and gray-washed beams on the ceiling.
The upstairs of the farmhouse features a perfect area for the children's bedroom. The natural stone fireplace is extended from the living room up into the bedroom while white-washed wooden walls and ceiling complement the warmth of the hardwood flooring.
Though remodeled in 1989, this historic home retains many of its original architectural details, including the heavy wood doors and ancient beams seen in the foyer. An oversized, sun-washed rug complements the Old World aesthetic and softens the floors for arriving visitors.
Reclaimed white-washed wood planks sourced from an actual barn create a stunning feature wall behind the headboard in this rustic master bedroom. A southwestern-inspired trunk adds visual texture, while the room is grounded by hardwood floors and a subtle area rug.
Washing state woodworkers birdloft created this mod-inspired coffee table with a twist. The wood is burned using a Japanese technique called Shou sugi ban that brings out the wood's natural grains and patterns.
White wash wood support beams and a few colorful accessories add warmth and interest to this minimalist midcentury living room/dining room combo. Warm wood floors, ceiling and walls only enhance the natural light from multiple windows.
With such high ceilings, the goal of designer Anna Williams was to introduce a dramatic piece of art that would be the focal point of the living space. The commissioned painting by local artist Sue Tilley perfectly incorporates the serene coastal feeling with washed out shades of aqua. A rustic black coffee table grounds the space and contrasts with the warm timber floors.
A wood support beam and a few colorful accessories add warmth and interest to this minimalist midcentury modern living room/dining room combo. A white wash on the floor, ceiling and walls only enhances the natural light from multiple windows.
Shades of neutral tones on the floor tile compliment the coloring of the marble countertop. The large wood-base island provides space for eating, cooking and washing in the sink. Taupe bar chairs tie in the darkest shade of the floor tile and counter the bright, white framework of the room.