White trim against mocha walls turns this hallway into a work of art. Dark wood floors add elegance to the space that provides access to the powder room. Framed artwork elevates the space and gives it a gallery feel.
This stylish wet bar gives the homeowners a space to anchor their entertaining. The charcoal wall color adds depth and drama to the hallway, while the cabinets that blend in with the wall give homeowners a place to store bottles and glasses. To lighten the space, bright white trim and doors were added, along with interesting art pieces to give this unique space additional personality.
This roomy master bedroom with en suite bath is in an area that had been part of the living space in one of the former duplex units. The bedroom is painted in pale blue with white trim. The new bath features a double vanity and soaking tub.
Jenelle Isaacson of Living Room Realty played up the architectural details of this home's trim by playing down the body color of the home. She found the perfect dark gray for the base that worked with the indirect light of the Oregon skies. Next, she painted the door details, columns and porch ceilings a simple white, really making them pop.
Whether you prune it or pull it, keeping dense, tall foliage away from the house shows off the Craftsman's distinct architectural features to full advantage. The paint colors are by BEHR: Shale Gray, Powdered Snow and Wooden Swing.
The home entry opens into the bright orange living room. The transitional room is trimmed in white for a fresh appearance. A white tufted sofa and built-in white bookshelf match the bright surroundings. A shag rug, midcentury-modern chairs and matching tufted ottomans bring neutral tones to the room to balance the design.
With limited space along the front façade of this home, every space that could contain plants became a planter. Framing the house with soft edges include a Japanese Maple and a Magnolia, boxwood globes, bacopa and carex grass.
The upstairs hallway uses clean white trim to tie everything together. Gray walls keep the space light, while hardwood flooring adds a natural warmth to the look. The hallway ends in a point with doors on either side for an interesting angled finish.