The open concept floor plan of the main spaces in this home make transitioning from one space to another very easy. A perfect setup for entertaining!
When redesigning this living room, the goal was to make it inviting for entertaining purposes. The use of bright accents in the window treatments, pillows and abstract art liven up the space. The layout of furniture offers enough seats for entertaining, while still giving it a cozy, welcoming feel.
Before the renovation, this loft was cluttered with a limiting layout and the homeowner's business papers scattered around the space. Now, the layout of the room is much more functional. The blue accent wall creates a focal point in the living area of this rustic loft, while the whitewashed cabinet softens the bold, blue color and serves as a functional storage piece for supplies and papers. In the center of the space, the coffee table perfectly fits the design, providing a versatile space for work and play. To help connect the living space with the adjoining master suite, an industrial pendant light and airy curtain give these loft spaces seamless cohesion.
In the dining room, a beautiful farmhouse table is expertly blended with fun patterns and a colorful rug to create a playful, yet elegant design.
To create a baby girl's nursery that is feminine without being precious, the designer chose a gray, coral and neutral palette with rustic and vintage elements. The resulting look is clean and simple; family treasures make it special. Coral stripe paint color: Sherwin Williams Coral Island Code SW 6332; Chair rail paint color: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Window panels :Nate Berkus for Target; Crib: Baby Town; Crib Mobile: Pottery Barn Kids; Grey Glider: Buy Buy Baby
To give the smaller sitting are a sense of dimension, designers installed a gray, striped accent wall. On it, mirrors were hung. Since the mirrors reflect the natural light coming through the windows as well as the surrounding design, the mirrors add depth to the space, helping to make it feel larger.
In this master haven, the details make the design. A unique find, these nightstands offered a functional, complementary addition to the rustic space. Atop the nightstands, statues and plants were added to showcase the couple's personality and soften the space.
As guests enter this home, they are greeted by the intimate sitting room. This space's warm, gray tones and abundance of natural light, along with the pops of blue scattered throughout, set the tone of the home, making it inviting to all.
On the way out the door, designers added an oversized, leaning mirror to provide greater function in this master space. Not only does it allow for the perfect place to check your outfit before leaving, this mirror adds drama and depth to the rustic industrial master bedroom.
In an open concept layout, visual tricks like similar colors or materials can be used to tie separate spaces together. Here, a blue upholstered dining chair connects with the kitchen's blue cabinets and rug.