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 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.
“Our fireplace was painted white when we moved in, and we figured that was the only option,” says Katie. Redoing it, hearth to mantel, in the same terra-cotta shade as the accent wall opposite it pulls the room together. Cranking up the cozy: custom-size natural woven window shades by Graber and creamy white paint (Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore) on the other walls.
This elegant, light and bright powder room keeps a natural color palette with white walls and natural textures. A cushioned bench sits beneath an oversized window with woven wood window shade and flanked by built-in storage, with a white powder table and chair in front of patterned wallpaper.
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.
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.
A striped area rug softens the rustic hardwood floors in this boy's nursery. Classic Roman shades dress the windows, while woven baskets are used to quickly store blankets, pillows and toys. A tall giraffe adds a whimsical note.
This sweet bedroom is a dream for a little girl who loves to play and read. Pale pink walls, a woven rug and a chalk-painted bed add loads of charm. Roman shades were fashioned from Pottery Barn drapes so all the window treatments would match. Hand-me-down baby blankets were repurposed as throw pillows for the pint-sized window seat.
Design is all about the details. The backsplash tile flows into the kitchen window to give it a clean, seamless stopping point. The small granite sill on the window is perfect for a small plant and easy to clean! A simple woven wood shade from The Shade Store adds a finishing touch to the window. The dark granite, Marron Cohiba, in a brushed finish, shows off its natural, organic texture. A color palette in a taupe scheme with dark accents and beautiful wire brushed hickory floor give the strong, rustic vibe that reflects this homeowner’s personality and taste.