Gray walls with white trim create a clean background for this at-home gym. A mirrored wall and barre provide a great place to practice ballet or weight lifting routines, while the vaulted ceiling keeps the small space feeling open.
This transitional master bedroom features a beautifully vaulted ceiling with white panels and a mid-century modern pendant light. The pillow-lined bed with a tufted, white headboard sits against an emerald green accent wall with matching square nightstands and windows with roman shades.
To make this kitchen brighter, more inviting and more practical, designers reconfigured the layout, including swapping out a peninsula for a more user-friendly island. Countertops are cambria quartz; wall color is Benjamin Moore Decorator White.
The open floor plan for the living area and dining space finds unity in the bright white color palette with sea green and pink accents. The soft colors draw focus on the real showstopper: floor-to-ceiling views of Puget Sound.
Natural light illuminates this transitional dining room with a light wood table and gray and white upholstered chaos that boast a fun pattern. A chandelier with mini lamp shades hangs above, while clean, white walls provide a sharp contrast to a pair black metal of display cabinets.
"I love gray — I think I always will," says interior designer Lexi Westergard. "However, I am definitely using it differently than I have in the past. I still love it for bathroom cabinet colors, pillows, rugs and accents. I am loving more of a greige or white for wall colors. I think this year we will see white as the dominant, go-to neutral color for walls."
If bright white walls are a bit out of your comfort zone, try a warm gray tone that’s light enough to almost look white, like Lexi did in this living room. She chose Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray, one of her favorite paint colors.
Across from the four poster bed, a custom built-in houses the owners' flat screen TV and keeps their clothes organized. The front of the drawers were covered with mesh and matched with handsome brass and glass hardware.
Arched doorways and a sectional help visually mark the boundaries between the living and dining areas and the kitchen while maintaining an overall open look. The blue rug and throw pillows are a welcome dash of color.