Large, floor-to-ceiling windows expand the space and give way to a stunning view from this luxurious bedroom with masculine wood features like the bed frame and glossy wall inset. Plush linens and pillows complete the impression of relaxation and tranquility.
A decorative stone finish over the lower portion of the walls adds texture and intrigue to neutral exterior appeal. Wood framed windows compliment the warm toned roof shingles. A collection of shrubs hugging the home add natural color and life.
Stacked windows, like the ones in this bedroom, can make hanging curtains a little tricky. Here, the designers chose to leave the uppermost window uncovered, then positioned a rod a few inches above the frame for the lower windows.
This simple living room features an all-over white palette with medium grain wood accents, including the trim used to frame three interior windows that provide a peek at the adjacent kitchen. A Southwestern wall hanging is positioned above the fireplace, adding a pop of festive color.
An eye-catching piece of folk art hangs above the bed in this eclectic guest bedroom. Painted shiplap walls, a woven wicker bed frame and natural window treatments add a touch of coastal style to the space.
The foyer and the living room blend gracefully, with a large rug helping to set apart the conversation area. Tall windows make the space feel big and bright, visually heightened by hanging curtains several inches above the top of the window frame.
Hang the garland in your favorite indoor space. Try adding it to the mantle, the Christmas tree or even hanging it around a window frame. The citrus slices are especially beautiful when lit from behind.
Neutral tones and Scandinavian-inspired furniture fill this modern living room. Framed records hang above the wall-mounted TV opposite a large navy sofa with chaise. Oversized windows let it lots of natural light and are treated with neutral, horizontally-striped drapes.