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Walk-in pantry behind the fridge!! Such a good idea if I build my own house! - sublime decor
Upstairs for adults. Downstairs for the kids.
Center island fridge for fruits and veggies!
Two twin mattresses, some plywood, and a great playroom/loft that doubles as a guest room or sleepover room. Love it! Love the colors too!
Warm wood floors, pretty white cabinets, all bathed in natural light from big windows!
So warm and comfy!
All Warmed Up: Although neutrals are decorating staples -- and favorites for kitchens -- it's important to add interesting elements to prevent neutral motifs from falling flat. Here, a scarlet red backsplash adds a touch of style and plenty of contrast to warm up cool gray walls and cabinetry. A backsplash of mesquite wood tiles not only looks great but also lends unexpected natural texture.
What an amazing island- plenty of space for cooking and for gathering!
A u-shaped work zone that faces into a cozy eating area- the absolute ideal open kitchen.
Natural light fills this warm, traditional kitchen.
We love this kitchen's traditional details --especially the marble island countertop and sparkling subway tile!
Blue and green cabinetry against wood and stainless-steel.
Blue, brown, and plenty of style.
Beautiful gray-blue walls and sleek modern furniture.
Contrast all-white walls with bright accents. How pretty are these blue curtains?
Foyer - Teal paint juices up an old hall tree. Hooks, shelves, and baskets are ideal for corralling beach essentials. An entryway that can house hats, towels, sunscreen, and more keeps these items from creating clutter in the rest of the house. Get the Look: Frame clothing for budget-friendly artwork. Here, vintage swimwear adds to the cottage's 1940s charm.
Plain coat rack + teal paint = piece of art. (And still functional too!)
We'd love breakfast near this bay window banquette!
The desk is great, but the bulletin board is awesome.
Like the stacked approach to the tile layout. And the neutral color palette is fab.
Mid-century modern furniture is such a style shape-shifter. It can go retro, modern, quirky, or classic; it’s all in the pairing. Even when paired up with other iconic pieces from the era, as in the breakfast nook above, updated surroundings can still bring it very much in line with today. You can get the same [...]
Two iconic pieces in one breakfast nook: a Saarine table and Eames molded plastic dowel leg armchairs.