In a guest bathroom, simple, ready-made elements create a classic design. Subway tiles have a sophisticated bevel; the marble countertop, basketweave tile and shower curb tie the space together. Beadboard pairs with cottage details on the sconce and medicine cabinet to make the space feel cozy.
What an impressive great room! Look at those long sofas — perfect for lounging by the fire or watching your favorite TV shows. The symmetry of the room is soothing, as are the neutral tones and natural materials used for the ceiling, walls and floor. The space is at once rustic and contemporary, and large windows bring in plenty of natural light.
This bright living room features a blue and white striped tufted sofa paired with a blue tufted armchair and modern wooden coffee table. Large windows allow natural light to flood the space, while a sisal rug and wooden drum end table add earthy touches. A white globe chandelier hangs overhead.
A classic Chesterfield sofa is covered in soft beige linen and infused with a splash of color thanks to a pair of bright orange throw pillows. The sofa sits atop a blue area rug in a sunlit living room.
Graphic wallpaper, woven barstools and dark hardwood floors give this kitchen a cozy, cottage vibe. A trio of transitional pendants hang over the eat-in island, while open shelving keeps kitchen essentials handy near the cooktop.
This charming great room wows with high ceilings, industrial metal supports and exposed ductwork. Stone walls give the space an Old World feel, yet contemporary sofas and animal hide chairs bring an amazing, updated element. Space to store logs near the fireplace is both functional and decorative, and the TV above the fireplace makes this room truly multipurpose.
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.