This hallway corridor was purposefully made wider to accommodate twin dressers accessorized with round mirror and brass light sconces. The dressers add extra storage to this small cottage, allowing homeowners to tuck away extra bedding and towels. The massive mirrors reflect light and make the space feel larger.
To further play up the industrial modern cottage vibe in this small beach house, a concrete slab floor and industrial HVAC vent running through the ceiling were left in place. Shiplap was added to one accent wall to bring in that coastal element. A blue painted sliding door opens into the bathroom and brings a little bit of color to this space.
A unique turquoise settee features plush fabric that contrasts in a fun way with the rustic wood used throughout this open plan living and dining space. The Utah ski home is filled with eclectic touches that highlight the homeowners' fun and playful personalities.
This view of the hallway offers a sneak peek through the sliding wood door into a bedroom with blue curtains. Blue accented baskets in the hallway connect the spaces. A black farmhouse pendant light coordinates with the door hardware and a large art print completes the look.
Colors in this contemporary estate home are fun and adventurous, yet muted. In this space, a dusty blue door opens to reveal an earth-toned dining room layered with texture, color and interest. Shiplap walls give various spaces in the home a casual and homey vibe.
This hallway connects the mudroom to the new powder room. The floor to ceiling shiplap makes this hallway something special. Designer Kristina Crestin started collecting vintage 5’s and used this hall to display them in a creative way.