Designer wanted to create an elegant space with plenty of light and lots of texture, so they made the most of the natural light that fills this space by painting the walls white and adding a white sofa, bookshelf and cabinets to reflect light. Then, they brought in pieces like the Asian inspired artwork on the wall, the woven chair and the live edge table to add warmth and texture to this bright space.
In this center of this Paris Café inspired dining space is a Mango wood dining table with classic cabriole legs that add elegance and class to the space. Surrounding this beautiful piece are four European rattan chairs, providing space for an intimate gathering as well as furthering the feeling of being on the streets in Paris.
A wooden buffet furthers the dining room's midcentury charm and serves as essential storage for wine glasses and linens. At the same time, a periwinkle piece of abstract art cools down the neutral walls.
With clean white walls, soft natural light and a spacious rug underfoot, the living room of this historic Cambridge, Mass., home is at once bright and ethereal. Patterned pillows add subtle visual interest to the sofa, as well as encourage rest and relaxation with man's best friend.
The white color palette from the living room space continues into the bedroom space of this loft apartment. Soft, white linens adorn the bed, reflecting the light from the ceiling high windows. Curtains control the light that enters the space and create privacy, while live edge nightstands and an Asian inspired screen complement the ones that are housed in the living room area.
A warm wood console table greets visitors at the door of this midcentury home, as well as provides storage for books, keys and mail. To complete the vignette, designer Barbara Vail hung a round, gold-trimmed mirror, which helps to make the small space feel larger and more open.
A closer look at the living room corner reveals the designer's attention to scale and detail, with two copper frames and a tall plant adding height to the space. Below, mixed-patterned pillows pair well together thanks to their complementary colors.
Against the wall in the loft space, designers created vignettes to meet the owner's needs. In one corner, a blue chair rests in front of a bookshelf to create a reading nook bathed in light, while just a few feet down a keyboard sits underneath a window, providing the owners with a creative space in their loft.
To create a stunning entryway, designers paired a slatted wood bench and a circular mirror to create an elegant, geometric design. A blue rug and blue and white pillows add color to the white space.