Pink bathrooms were all the rage in the 50s, and it looks like designer Caitlin Murray is still digging the look! With a pink vanity and accent wall, pin-up girl print and black-and-white tile floors, this bathroom definitely feels like a throwback.
The walk-in closet doubles as a dressing room, pink to perfection with plenty of room to see clothing and accessories. And every fashionista can appreciate that striking dressing table and furry chair!
The green walls of this family room offer the perfect backdrop for a family's favorite art work. Comfortable gray couches, ample throw pillows with mismatched patterns and colors and a rustic wooden coffee table enhance the room's cozy ambiance.
Decorated Outdoor Space with Cedar Table and Turquoise Lanterns
Take advantage of a privacy screen or wall separating your patio from neighbors. Hang lanterns, which can cast a glow at night without taking up floor or table space on a patio. Thrift shop for used wire lanterns or globes, spray paint then any shot of color you desire and add candles. A hanging glass lantern project is one that even beginner DIYers can handle.
Eclectic, Two-Toned Bathroom With Rich Turquoise Tile
From the top, this two-toned bathroom looks totally traditional. But look past the pedestal sink, and you'll see that the space becomes an eclectic mix of turquoise tile walls, white penny tile floors and a southwestern rug.
This house has an eclectic look, so designers wanted the nursery to be in keeping with that style while also feeling calm and soothing for its young owner. Here, pendant lights are strung on rope and wrapped around wall hooks at slightly different heights.
Wildflowers bloom on the far side of the living room with the help of some vintage wallpaper. By layering a bold, midcentury mirror and console table on top of the delicate design, Caitlin Murray created a cool juxtaposition of shapes and styles.