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Photo By: Rustic White Photography
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Photo By: Niki Brantmark
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Photo By: Regan Baker Design Inc.
Photo By: Norman Sizemore / Mary Beth Price
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Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten ; Design by Henry Built
Brian made it feel part of the living space by extending the wallpaper into the nook, then arranging a low-slung banquette and small ottomans around a generous table. He kept the corner from feeling too cluttered by opting for a transparent table base to keep the footprint light. It’s the perfect spot for extra dinner guests, catching up on emails or game nights with friends from the neighborhood.
Windows and sliding glass doors allow plenty of natural light in this beautiful kitchen, highlighting the crisp white cabinets and light wood walls for a bright, breezy atmosphere. Black countertops and shelves provide striking contrast in the light-hued space.
Neutral Living Room With Splashes of Plum and Sage
This living room features a plum and sage green color scheme and a minimalist approach to decor. Glass doors, windows and light-colored walls keep the space feeling bright, and a wood-burning stove adds an unexpected touch.
The corner room of this Swiss penthouse is the perfect lookout point with wall-to-wall windows facing the icy blue lake and mountains covered in vegetation. Subtle details, like puddling curtains and a fur throw, add luxurious touch.
Photographer Robert Petersen’s photo of an Icelandic Horse was the perfect jumping off point for inspiration. Crisp whites, muted blues and pale wood tones give the room a natural, dreamy vibe. With wood itself a high-priced commodity in Iceland, Brian opted for a stunning faux-bois wallpaper to complete the look.
This particular style of décor isn’t just a trendy look to emulate, it also happens to be a a really healthy mindset, as well. Keep it as simple as possible, using only things that are absolutely necessary or have personal meaning for you. You don’t need a lot of STUFF. A clutter-free bathroom equals a clutter-free mind, or at least that’s what we think is happening here and we really like it.
Little ones curl up for the night in a custom-made platform bed on wheels (fun and flexible!) and a loft bed with ladder access. The room gets its light, bright feel from pine floors, white walls and sheer window panels.
Scandinavian design features neutral colors and plenty of natural light like in this bedroom. Niki Brantmark, author of The Scandinavian Home, says, "Placing your furniture to get the most natural light and using curtains that allow the light to filter through will leave your home feeling more cozy and comfortable."
Painted Brick Walls, Modern Black and White Art and Sleek Glass TV Stand in Modern Loft Living Room
White painted brick walls are decorated with a modern black and white canvas to emphasize the minimalistic and modern design. A large plant brings a pop of color and life to the bright, neutral tones of the room and furniture.
Minimalist Open Floor Plan Kitchen and Dining Room
The open floor plan of this minimalist home is calm and comfortable. Upholstered gray barstools pull up to the waterfall countertop bar for an extra dining spot, while a mid-century modern dining table pairs with Eames chairs in the dining room. A floating blue buffet adds a touch of color and maintains the airy quality of the space.
Instead of color, texture adds the visual interest in this chic master bedroom: wood slat paneling behind the bed, wood floors, leafy green houseplants. The simple palette highlights the lush landscape outside the window.