Hooks on the wall offer easy hanging storage for coats and handbags in this simple but well-outfitted mudroom that acts as a portal between the inside of the home and a side entry that leads to the garage.
It's difficult to believe that this was once a living room, but it was. Then designers answered the homeowners' wishes for a larger kitchen and switched up the spaces. Now, tall windows look out onto a marsh and wide walkways make the room easy to work and play in. Cabinet color: Benjamin Moore Quarry Rock Semi Gloss; Flooring: Sea Green Quartzite 8x16, The Tile Source; Drawer pulls: Restoration Hardware Duluth Pull in Aged Brass; Island Pendants: Circa Lighting Goodman Large Hanging Lamp in Antique Nickel; Sconces: Circa Lighting Graves Pivoting Sconce; Counter Stools: West Elm Slope Stool in Leather
A leather couch and armchair divide the casual living space from a formal sitting area behind it. The wicker coffee table adds tactile texture and a natural element to this living area. Patterned throw pillows compliment the marigold yellow curtain panels.
Wide paths on either side of the island make this galley kitchen highly functional. In the renovation, chef-grade appliances were added, including a wine refrigerator. Gray quartz countertops are in keeping with the rest of the floor's light gray palette.
Small Kitchen Island Adds Storage and Counter Space to Neutral, Country Kitchen
In the center of this small kitchen, designers brought in an undersized, rustic kitchen island that would add a rich, wood tone to the neutral space as well as contribute storage and counter space to the room's design.
Unique Dining Area Includes Bench Seating and Toile Walls
Emily Henderson of HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist designed this small dining area with a thin table made from railroad ties and a contemporary metal base. A mixture of seating, two antique chairs and a distressed bench, bring in a rustic quality. Classic black and white toile wallpaper dresses one wall of the light gray country dining room.
A custom black metal sign with a positive message greets guests in this entry space. A small black wood bench and floor lamp provide a cozy sitting area before entering the adjacent dining room and kitchen.
Designer Leanne Ford keeps this country kitchen feeling sophisticated with a striking dark gray and white color palette, accented by stainless steel lights and appliances, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.