Lavender blue walls with contrasting white picture molding are a beautiful backdrop for the black and white patterned sofa. Animal print pillows bring another fun pattern into the mix, giving this space an eclectic edge.
Matching beautifully, this living space is picture perfect. Blue chairs accent the pale blue wall color. The bright white molding and white area rug help the light colors to stand out among a pastel palette.
To avoid making the room too dark, picture railing molding was added to delineate color blocks, and the ceiling and wood were painted white. To add visual interest, antique Italian chairs updated in a colorful Turkish material were added to the mix.
This contemporary master bedroom features a corner window seat with gray, white, and blue accent pillows, white roman shades, a picture light highlighting custom artwork, tray ceiling and crown moulding, built-in entertainment center with storage and glass shelving, as well as beautiful hardwood floors
Bright turquoise wall paint brings an updated feel to the beautiful antique look of this wood staircase and railing. Ornamental designs in the wood create natural decoration, while yellow gold picture frames descending the back wall add a good contrast color to the turquoise. White molding breaks up the wall space creating a faux handrail look.
This eat-in kitchen features a charming breakfast nook with a round white wooden table and classic cane back dining chairs. An oversized metallic pendant light hangs above the table, adding an industrial vibe, while a gray and white striped rug is positioned underneath. Picture frame moldings enclose framed photographs.
This spacious luxury master bathroom features a large private soaking tub inside a carved-detail wood surround. Ornate columns impart a feeling of royalty while the large picture window allows for plenty of natural light and offers a relaxing view of nature. Intricate molding details coordinate well with the high-end look of the pleated window valances. White accessories and floral arrangements complete the spa-like environment while the cream cabinetry, countertop, and glass pulls of the vanity highlight the special details of the room.
This pristine pair of swivel chairs was passed down from Micah’s grandmother. They’re a perfect way to inject a little generational history into a young family’s home. Family heirlooms are always a good idea. You’ll notice that below the white painted crown molding is a white picture rail. In many older homes, the walls are plaster as opposed to drywall. Plaster is much harder and more difficult to repair; therefore, a piece of molding/rail is used as a surface to attach hardware and wire, and then your artwork to. Preservation is key in caring for older homes. The Stansells cleverly repeated the teal color on the drapery panels, but used white sheers on the window’s interior for semi-privacy while still allowing light in.