White plantation shutter doors open to a radiant indoor/outdoor room with stunning white furnishings and tropical foliage. A shingled roof and detailed border give the home's exterior a charming, unique quality.
Steps lead from the dining room down to the lounge-worthy living room with a colorful mix of modern and industrial furnishings. The removal of walls and relocating key spaces made the main living areas feel more connected.
This look into the dining room from the adjacent kitchen shows the close proximity and connection the two spaces now enjoy, which makes it easy to share family meals and entertain guests. “The dining room was previously isolated from the kitchen and the layout was very choppy,” says project manager Dan Faires.
An open plan kitchen flows into this charming breakfast nook, which features rich gray walls and light wood floors. A slipcovered banquette pairs with a lovely wood dining table for a cottage feel, and an antler chandelier crowns the space with a touch of rustic flair.
The walls of this spacious living room have the palest green tint, picking up the brighter accents of the color throughout the space. Twin built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace make sure there's plenty of storage. Wall paint color: Sherwin-Williams Narce SW6154
A long, rectangular mirror reflects the white brick fireplace surround and exposed wood ceiling beams in this cottage-style room. The door frame, window frame, table lamp and rug add touches of blue to accent the neutral space. Wood stumps painted white create beautifully unique stools that pop against the gray floors.
A new bay window that is seen from along the side of the home on the exterior adds a sense of airiness to this main floor of the home, centered around an open and airy modern living concept. The dining room now sits where part of the home’s old kitchen once stood.
To define the breakfast nook, the banquette and surrounding trimwork is painted a striking blue. Classic Windsor chairs sit opposite the leather-cushioned banquette, surrounding the farmhouse-inspired table.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed this casual dining space into a family coffee bar – a place for family and friends to gather for eating and entertaining. Chalkboard paint on the wall creates a cafe-like atmosphere, while the floating shelves add a hint of rustic style.