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Yellow Country Living Room With Orange Sofa
It's cold outside, but this room screams warm, fun and inviting. There’s radiant heating below the porcelain tile floor, and the vaulted ceiling has a skylight to brighten the space. The large-scale design of the colorful area rug anchors the cozy orange furnishings. Finally, the funky patterned pillows and striped table lamps add whimsy and style to this sunny room.
This upscale, country-themed kitchen makes use of a red and yellow color palette to open up this long, galley-styled kitchen. Black is strategically placed throughout the space, with all colors of the room represented in the area rug.
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Beautifully Bright Yellow Country Living Room in New York
Natural light floods this spacious living room highlighting the bright yellow walls and mix of furniture providing ample seating to enjoy this welcoming space. Plush white sofas work perfectly with the white fireplace surround and column.
Designer Lori Dennis paints yellow and white vertical stripes in this cozy breakfast nook to add sophistication. The cozy kitchen nook, with cushioned bench seating and chairs to match, is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Tiny kitchens can feel claustrophobic when cabinets are towering overhead. Many cooks can't reach what's in them and the overall feeling is boxy and closed in. Get organized and trade the top cupboards for open storage. Consider shelving, pot racks and magnetic knife or spice holders instead. Your kitchen will look more spacious and serve up display space for your favorite dishes, shiny pots and pans, or artwork.
Country Kitchen With Yellow Cabinets and Banquette
Bright yellow cabinetry creates a bright, sunny kitchen. A banquette with bench seating and ladder-back chairs provides a breakfast area with colorful, patterned cushions and pillows. A vaulted ceiling with exposed wood beams and a hanging lantern above the breakfast area add rustic charm to this space.
White and Green Country Kitchen With Red Barstools
One of the problems of this cabin's former kitchen was that it didn't have any views of the nearby lake. A long row of windows remedies that and brings natural light into the now bright and welcoming room.
A vintage chair in antique white is situated between the two beds in this girls' bedroom, offering a bit of separation and privacy for the girls. Underneath, a white wicker basket provides hidden storage for stuffed animals.
This eat-in kitchen features an oversized red island that houses the cooktop and extra cabinets. The rustic beamed ceiling, muted color palette and bold red accents are a nod to contemporary country design.
Red and white check carpet defines this space's casual, comfortable style. An iron bed boasts white bedding with patterned accent pillows. Ceiling-height curtains add an elegant touch to the space and draw attention to the high ceilings.
This beautiful dining table seats six comfortable. The chairs in the space are plush, making for a comfortable dining experience, and the elegant blue banquette adds additional seating for guests. The rugs and the curtains in the space give the room a little splash of color, while the lamp helps light the space.