White walls, large windows and a vaulted ceiling make this bedroom feel light, breezy and open. Reclaimed heart pine floors offer warmth and contrast. Woven wood shades allow light to filter through while still providing shade and relief from heat.
Deep-hued wood plantation shades surround this lovely master bedroom designed by Susan Brunstrum for her client's second home in Park, City Utah. The soft hues of blue and gray add a restful quality to the room and allow the stone fireplace to take center stage.
A covered terrace sits just outside this home's living area and is accessible through sliding glass doors. The wood ceiling and lush plantings around the property offer shade and privacy, a benefit also enjoyed by the table topped by a large market umbrella.
Fall’s blazing hues of orange, gold and red blend artfully with pretty pink tones, like those in found in this basket of blushing annuals. The trio features frost-hardy Rose Veined Trailing Supertunia (small pink petunia), Blushing Princess sweet alyssum and Royal Magenta Supertunia (large deep pink petunia). Supertunias withstand light freezes to 30°F, while dainty sweet alyssum bounces back from hard freezes of short duration. In other words, this mix of bloomers can bring on color from early fall to whenever consistent cold arrives in your neck of the woods.
This stylish living room features shades of turquoise, jade green and yellow-green for a cohesive and sophisticated look. The backdrop calls attention to the black and white line drawings on the wall and the painted wood of the furniture.
A wood bed frame adds warmth to the cool gray tones in this bedroom. The tray ceiling is white and two shades of gray creating depth in the design. A gray bedside table with nailhead trim is highlighted by the natural light from the window. Metallic and faux fur decorations add texture and style.
Four barstools line the counter of this stylish contemporary kitchen, offering a convenient place to grab meals in an open setting. Mechanical shading devices are down, which are used to provide privacy, including during catered events. The neutral palette is dressed up with sleek finishes, from the exposed ceiling beams to the polished wood floors to the stainless steel countertop edging.
When the owners need a little relief from the sun, they can slip beneath the covered porch where it's a little cooler. Here, an outdoor sectional gives the room to stretch out, while a wood trunk and wicker baskets store extra pillows and blankets.
Natural wood beams frame the entrance to this large window nook. A tufted olive green cushion gives height to the space, finished with a decorative mix of patterned throw pillows complimenting the neutral tones of the room. A star pendant light adds a fun, contemporary element to the space.
The design inspiration for this family room was the beautiful, vibrant shade fabric: “Chiang Mai Dragon” from Schumacher. Its color palette of teals, reds, plums and chartreuses served as the base for the rest of the room, creating a fresh and youthful energy.
Every decision, from the floor stain to the accessories, was meant to keep this house feeling open and fresh. In the living room, pops of robin's egg blue and yellow make a cheery contrast with the crisp white walls.
A full outdoor kitchen is nestled just behind the fireplace and pizza oven on this extensive patio. A substantial wood pergola covers part of the kitchen, offering the grill-master a bit of shade on those sizzling summer days.