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.
Yellow French Country Kitchen With Colorful Banquette Area
Multiple patterned pillows dress the wood banquette with lively color around a glass-topped coffee table. White cabinets with an antique finish surround a stunning, colorful range backsplash in this bright kitchen.
Black And Yellow Teen Bedroom With White Iron Daybed
Inspired by Broadway playbills, this yellow and black bedroom boasts geometric prints and Art Deco details. Closet doors depict a black and white mural of the Manhattan cityscape in keeping with the theme. Black and white graphic bedding keeps the white iron daybed from looking too sweet and girly.
Warm, Bright, Open Concept Remodeled Kitchen with Breakfast Nook
The beautifully remodeled eat-in kitchen has an open concept design that allows the kitchen and breakfast nook to share natural light. The design also increases the functionality of the space with a peninsula that allows for easy food serving and a clear line of sight that allows for the visual connectedness of the two areas, making this a great place for entertaining or a quiet breakfast with the family.
The kitchen allows for everything an aspiring chef may need in stripped down yet elegant Mediterranean style. Wide countertops wrap around the perimeter walls providing plenty of prep space and the range features a charming Mexican tile backsplash.
A yellow, footed tub framed by yellow, floral curtains make a cozy place to bathe. A wood cabinet, antique door with glass handle and a blue, distressed footstool complete the French Country aesthetic.
Cheery Yellow Bedroom With Canopy Bed and Loveseat
The grandness of this bedroom is enhanced by floating the canopy bed and loveseat in the center of the room. Yellow paint and vintage schoolhouse pendant lights add to the cheery look of the mostly white space.
Large windows with dark wood trim continue the Old World feel into the dining room. Because the walls and floors are so much lighter, the wood adds dimension to the space and draws the eye in towards the antique table.
This gorgeous home was created by combining two apartments and structuring a large open concept living area that includes a kitchen, seating spaces and a dining room. Vintage midcentury furnishings and pops of yellow unify the look.