This light and bright kitchen features a spacious island lined with blue and white woven wooden stools and industrial pendant lights overhead. Glass front cabinets showcase neatly arranged dish ware, while marble countertops and and a white backsplash
This light and bright kitchen features a white wood cabinets, several with glass fronts that showcase neatly arranged dishes. An industrial style pendant light nags above the kitchen island, which also boasts blue and white woven stools for casual dining. Hardwood floors finish the look of the space.
Nailhead trim brings structure to an elegant navy blue stool in this eclectic living room. A built-in window seat is paired with patterned pillows and woven window treatments to create a comfortable reading nook.
This home office gets so much life and personality from a bright dose of jewel tones and a pretty woven rug. Instead of an accent wall, the room has an accent ceiling: soft gray making a crisp contrast against the white walls and molding.
The open plan living area—including the kitchen, a dining area and living room—has lots of earthy, textural touches: woven pendant lights, hardwood floors, bamboo dining chairs. The overall look is friendly and approachable.
Grass-woven pendant lights and driftwood accent add a natural, beachy feel to the breakfast bar in this kitchen. The light tones blend well with the medium tones of the cabinetry and dark brown bar stools.
An open floor plan brings together this home's living room, dining room and kitchen with white exposed beam ceilings throughout. Industrial light fixtures illuminate the dining table and kitchen island, while blue and white woven stools add a pop of color in the kitchen. Hardwood floors are used throughout the spaces.
Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts took objects and decor that the homeowner owned to stay under her $500 budget for a living room makeover. She bought new curtains, a rug, and small furniture such as side tables and a woven stool used as an ottoman. Roberts, who owns Ivy & Vine, reworked and styled the existing accessories and furniture, which is a low-cost alternative to always buying new items to give a room a designer look.