This fun and eclectic family kitchen combines design styles and offers whimsical details that give it a lighthearted flair. A long island features a contemporary waterfall top, while basket-style pendants bring a casual vibe. Open shelving hangs against a backdrop of colorful Spanish tile. Beyond the dining space, an indoor swing is a playful touch.
To create a touch of whimsy in the space, designers added some cute details, such as the doll chair and mirrored nightstand, to the space to create a personal, unique design that can grow up with its occupant.
This pink nursery is fit for a princess with a white iron crib, matching iron chandelier and floral pink and white arm chair. Pink painted walls and ceiling create a full color room with white crown molding, white paneling and arched white windows. A wood side table adds a counter to the pink theme, and darker pink bird wall decals are a fun, whimsical detail.
This space is all about creating an imaginative, fun and plush space for the kids to dream. One of the ways FLO Design Studio wanted to bring that to life, is with the hand knotted yarn pieces throughout the room. It creates a sense of color, play and texture that is so important for kids' imagination and wonderment.
Whimsical accessories punch up this fun, family-focused living space and add bold hits of color and pattern. Architectural details are whitewashed, giving the space a contemporary vibe and allowing the fun textiles to pop. The whole house was designed to express the homeowners' playful personalities.
Hand-painted details inspired by great English country estates brought the once-dark space to life in the foyer at the Madcap Cottage interior design team's North Carolina home. A "tented" ceiling, painted floors and a hand-painted pagoda chandelier purchased at a consignment shop invite guests to linger. The pink, teal and green room is by designers Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke, author of "Prints Charming: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns."
For the foyer and stairwell in the Madcap Cottage interior design team's North Carolina home, hand-painted details inspired by great English country estates brought the once-dark space to life. There's a "tented" ceiling, painted floors and a hand-painted pagoda chandelier from a consignment shop. The designers are authors of "Prints Charming: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns."
Framed by tall green hedges, this formal water feature adds a whimsical detail to the garden. Water flows from a decorative ceramic mask hung from the plastered wall, into a basin filled with aquatic plants like water lillies.