The designers wanted a vintage quality for this guest bathroom and were inspired by old washstands. A sofa table became the perfect vanity, topped with marble corbels and a shelf. Smaller round mirrors and simple sconces next to the larger washstand helped balance the room's overall scale.
This family room was geared for casual entertaining, watching TV and playing games (ping pong anyone?). The designers went for a more rustic and relaxed look with a leather sectional and barn doors.
Can it be true? This gorgeous lake home done all in white is kid friendly? Yes, thanks to stain resistant fabrics and durable finishes! The armchair slipcovers with shabby chic ties were created by a local craftsman.
To counter the limited square footage in this home, designers combined the kitchen, breakfast nook and dining room into one larger, easy-flow space. Upper cabinets are accessed by a fun library ladder. The dining table is hand-crafted out of live-edge spalted elm.
The design inspiration for this breakfast nook started with the light fixture, discovered in a Nantucket shop. To cozy up the banquette, red, white and blue pillows were added for a touch of Americana.
This dreamy master suite has the feeling of a treehouse with windows on three sides looking out into leafy green. The star of the space is the handmade canopy bed with a bleached Western maple headboard and footboard and a white oak frame.
The serene white palette of this master bathroom gets visual interest from its dynamic layers of texture: shiplap walls, white marble flooring, a mirrored bathtub. The only pop of color comes from the distressed wood vanity, a simple, cheery infusion.
For this guest bathroom, the homeowners wanted a space that would be friendly, have good storage and strike a coastal, casual vibe. Designers transformed a sofa table into a unique vanity and added built-in cabinets at the end of the room with fun chicken wire doors. A vintage green stool and blue-and-white striped dhurrie rug provide cheery pops of color.