An oversized mirror hung on the wall beside the king sized bed reflects the natural light let into the space from the large window, making the bedroom seem larger.
This living room combines rustic elements such as exposed beams, rafters, and trusses with traditional upholstered furniture, modern wood-and-cable stair railings, and a classic arched window that lets in lots of natural light.
There’s a touch of retro -- but nothing old-fashioned -- about this bungalow kitchen, with its striking combination of rustic barnwood, robin’s-egg-blue surfaces, sleek countertops, and metallic barstools.
In the kitchen, blue, velvet barstools underneath the kitchen peninsula add a splash of color to the otherwise neutral kitchen as well as provides the space with additional seating and another casual dining option.
This small bathroom thinks big, thanks to a doorless shower with blue tile accents, glossy navy walls, an airy vintage console-style sink, and a floor of penny tiles in random, complementary shades of blue.
This dining room mixes classic and contemporary: a crystal chandelier illuminates exposed beams and a rustic freeform table, while gray zebra-striped chairs and Greek key drapery borders somehow look just right together.
A breakfast nook with a bold teal cushion and bright red chairs create a funky space for an intimate family breakfast.
In the guest bathroom, designers added texture to the small space by bringing in wallpaper that sports neutral feathers. Then, they added real feathers and a textured mirror to the vanity to finish off the design.