Photo By: Julia Staples Photography; Design By: Hannah Dee Interiors
Sage Green Living Room With Accent Window Grouping, Distressed Wall Decoration and Cedar Coffee Table
The living room was updated with fresh wall paint in sage green and new hardwood flooring. The ceiling-height corner window grouping, which had given the home a dated look, now becomes a key feature with new cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look.
This country kitchen has delicate light sage walls, clean white cabinets, a granite countertop, stainless steel appliances, and a metallic glass tile backsplash. A white farmhouse sink completes the look.
Concrete Desktop, Wallpapered Corkboard and Floating Shelves in Home Office Nook
The office nook includes a desk with concrete tabletop, free-hanging shelves and corkboard covered in black wallpaper with white script design.Color coordinated books keep with the muted color scheme and create the perfect desk decoration.
Designer Jennifer Ryan removes the floor tile, making way for playful new flooring. The upper cabinets are replaced with open shelving and the laminate countertops replaced with IKEA butcher blocks. An overall infusion of color brings the room to life.
Calm, Country Living Room With Exposed Wood Beams, Box Chandelier and Leather Sofas
Brown leather sofas add a darker color element to the soft green walls and natural wood details used in this living room design. A stacked stone fireplace surround incorporates texture while distressed wall art compliments the country style.
Green and White Kitchen With Oak Plank Tile Backsplash
In a workspace that takes as much abuse as a family kitchen, it’s essential to choose materials that can stand up to daily use. Travis Arnett of Arnett Construction chose a rustic oak plank for the backsplash of the space, but with a twist: “I used Mohawk’s rustic oak plank tiles instead of actual wood,” he says.
Country Kitchen With Antique Barnwood Breakfast Bar
This eat-in kitchen lends a farmhouse vibe with its breakfast bar made from 100-year-old barn siding and lantern pendant lights hanging above. Sage green accents are mixed in with the white cabinets and a neutral stone countertop. Hardwood floors lend a finishing touch.
If your kitchen has good bones but simply looks tired, painting your cabinets can be just what the doctor ordered. Mix up colors on upper and lower cabinets, or on cabinets and islands as shown here, to add richness. These cabinets are painted in Windsurf from Behr Paints; the island is done in Snowy Pine and the walls are Spice Garden. Behr recommends using semi-gloss enamel for painting cabinets.
This boy's bedroom is colored in a shade of mint green and includes a rustic bed with plaid linens, a rustic wooden nightstand with table lamp, and five large galvanized letter cutouts hung on the wall to spell his name.
A darker, earthy green was selected for the walls in this room and a new rattan pendant replaced the old ceiling fan for a decorative touch. Two nightstands and a bench that was reupholstered in a kiwi green suede were added alongside a wood bed and 6-drawer dresser. A few shimmery art pieces add a little sparkle around the room and offset the earthy, natural feeling in the other pieces.
A sparkling gray mosaic tile backsplash adds a touch of glamour to the white cabinetry and small wood island. The white kitchen island has a butcher block countertop that complements the small wood stools for added country charm.