Surrounded by windows, this dining room is illuminated with natural sunlight. The circular table fills the space well with plenty of floor space remaining for comfortably maneuvering through the room. A pendant light centers the room while an area rug adds a touch of color.
Classic country accents like the Hudson's Bay blankets mix with industrial elements like the pipe bunk bed for a look that's cheery and thoroughly modern. Rugs, like this rustic cowhide one, layered on top of carpeting can be a great way to add unique personality into a bedroom.
Contemporary art over the mantel compliments the contemporary style of the black and white chair in this living room. A differing black and white pattern on the throw pillow creates intrigue in the look without being overpowering. The gorgeous wood mantel frame is an attractive contrast to the bright white walls and the textural brick fireplace.
This built-in mudroom area provides a great space for keeping the house organized and clean. The bench allows for an easy place to take shoes on and off and store them in the cubbies below. Jackets and bags can be neatly hung on the row of hooks, and wicker baskets provide detail as well as extra storage. A tribal rug adds pops of bold color to the light, neutral space.
To create a feeling of unity between this kitchen and the rest of the home, designers used similar color details. The copper range hood and natural baskets tie in with elements like the stairs seen through the kitchen's pass through window.
Pale lavender walls give old fashioned charm to this bedroom, enhanced by the bed's colorful quilt. Light wood is an uplifting choice for the dresser and nightstand and underfoot, a sheepskin rug is a welcome treat for bare feet.
This simple dining room instantly takes on a wintry grace with a centerpiece of pinecones and branches. The room's neutral setting acts as a blank canvas. Add accessories and colors when seasons and occasions change.
Glamour meets a hint of country in this cream powder room. The granite counter tops and neutral color palette give elegance to the space while the gingham wallpaper and wall art offer a splash of country.
For this kitchen's fun stove backsplash, designer Leanne Ford stays within the neutral gray-and-white color palette, but adds visual interest by layering cross-shaped tiles on top of the wood paneling. The lower half of the paneling is painted dark gray for more contrast.