The use of white cabinets and soft gray walls with the warm wood floors make the kitchen feel spacious and clean without being sterile. By designing the cabinets and range hood to extend to the high ceilings, the kitchen feels grand despite being open to the entire home.
A small, round dining table and four wooden chairs provide this beautiful kitchen with eat-in functionality. Fresh white cabinets lend a breezy, open feel to the space, and hardwood floors lend warmth.
The stone and cedar two-story Illinois home is reminiscent of a classic Hamptons house, where a custom in-ground pool makes for a luxurious backyard getaway. The pool house is designed in the same style as the main house, while bluestone pavers are used to create an elegant pool surround.
This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
This luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut, features a stone and clapboard exterior that fits perfectly within its setting. The 12,000-square-foot home is oriented to take advantage of the panoramic vistas of nearby islands and across Long Island Sound.
Pastel details contrast with the wood elements in this master bedroom remodel. The printed, yellow wallpaper creates an accent wall in this cottage-style bedroom, acting as a cheerful backdrop for the pink and gray aspects of the room. Crisp, neutral bedding along with the clean lines of the neutral headboard anchor the bedroom's largest furniture piece and mirrors the neutral fireplace. A splash of bold color is added to the decor with the use of pink throw pillows, a nightstand and printed ottoman. A wooden table and mantel act as a base for decorative pieces and soft, pastels colors in the chair and nightstand lamp elaborate on the room's pastel ambiance. A distinct, natural lighting fixture adds a rustic element to the room.
This friendly dining room feels sunny and bright with natural light streaming in a set of French doors. The design is warm and a just right amount of elegant with wainscoting, a pretty patterned wallpaper and a chandelier.
Cottage style is casual and authentic, characterized by painted or decorated furniture with graceful lines and weathered finishes, bead board or paneled walls and colors taken straight from a flower garden.