This kitchen feels very light and sunny, but in a twist from the often seen all-white kitchen, this one layers neutrals like the soft tan walls, woven shades, brown tile backsplash and hardwood floors.
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.
A white pergola overhead provides beautiful shade on this outdoor deck with bistro lighting. Two cushioned sofas in natural wood and blue tones center the space with a woven hanging chair hanging in the center in front of a round gas fire pit.
The woodsy views out the window of this bathroom are brought inside via organic-feeling details like the woven shade, green glass vase and earth-tone palette. And then there's that ah-inspiring, marble-surrounded tub.
Soft neutrals, woven shades and plenty of natural light create a stunning, relaxing retreat in this serene living area. A large striped area rig adds warmth to the space, while the use of organic materials brings a casual aspect to the space.
Inspired by the colors of an Asian botanical-print rug, warm tones and varied textures bring cozy harmony to this multi-purpose room. A grass cloth wall covering, woven shades and a suede-covered Arne Jacobsen Egg chair mix with a wool boucle daybed, custom designed for the space.
The use of soft and natural colors creates a quiet backdrop in this sophisticated living room. The fabric on the drapery is a linen and silk blend with a beautiful sheen and a more pronounced pattern, all things that create a nice pairing with the organic woven shades.
A rich red Persian runner adds bold color to the transitional bathroom, while the woven window shade brings in tactile appeal. Marble tile is used throughout the bathroom and shower to create a truly luxurious design.
A large shower features a built-in bench seat, glass shower doors and luxurious showerheads. The mosaic tile backsplash and woven Roman shade on an adjacent window break up the room's crisp all-white theme, providing visual interest.