A vintage, Midcentury Modern dresser provides storage in the homeowners' son's bedroom, while a funky, modern red nightstand adds color to the design and a neutral rug brings comfort to the space.
Designers used eclectic patterns and pops of color to create an upbeat guest bedroom. For bold color, designers used block print patterns mixed with elegant floral prints to finish the space.
On both sides of the home's elegant, antique fireplace and mantel, designers stacked coffee table books to add a pop of color to the space. For the finishing touch, each bench was given a white chinoiserie lamp and graphic art to complete the funky design.
Designers had a warm, eclectic feel in mind when shopping for items to go in the home's living room. They started with white walls, then they mixed modern and traditional furniture and patterns, then they added details, such as pillows and artwork, to give the space plenty of color.
The gray nightstand in the guest bedroom has a blue and white vase for fresh flowers and a vintage tray for "catch all" items. These details help create an inviting space for guests of the home.
In the eclectic living room, designers started with white walls and a neutral color palette, then, they used the space's details to add small doses of bright color to make everything really pop!
In the kitchen, designers kept the small space feeling bright and open by starting with white walls. They installed slender paneling white paneling to add texture to the space, while "L" shaped cabinets with butcher block countertops add storage and counter space. A slender kitchen island with barstools provides additional functionality in the space with extra counter space and seating. Finally, black and white art create a focal point in the room, while a blue rug gives color and warmth.
To make the color in this family room cleaner and more appealing, designers kept the room's base white. This allows the sparse color in the room to really shine and make the space feel warm and inviting.
To make this small home office seem bigger, designers added oversized gray and white horizontal stripes. Then, they brought in a round table and decorated it with various found objects. Finally, they brought in a geometric light fixture and blue and white rug for color and texture.