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Room of the Day

Room of the Day

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Building upward made the best use of this tight entry space while also providing a place for the family's belongings. A shallow ledge acts as a rotating gallery for artwork

Cozy Cottage Entry for $177

Painted paneling adds a feminine touch to a simple yet spa-like bath retreat. | Easter Egg Purple F8-3, Dutch Boy Paint

Color of the Month, April 2015: Lavender Herb

Cool green and a well-styled vignette make this breezeway feel more like a room than a transitional space.

Color of the Month, May 2014: Hemlock

An open layout in this kitchen with a large island offers lots of room for family to spread out and plenty of storage

Galley Turned Open-Plan Dining and Cookspace

The guest room of this Florida home uses hues of the sea, with a turquoise wallcovering and intricate shell-covered side table. The bedding plays nicely with the coastal shell picture framed on the wall. | Via Coastal Living

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This bedroom's pale blue-green walls, creamy white paneling, neutral furnishings, and natural wood floor add up to a soothing, beach-inspired color palette.

A Bedroom Goes From Cold to Comfy

A favorite dinner spot, this patio is screened from neighboring houses and nestled beside a rose-covered fence.

From Blah Lawn to Backyard Rose Garden Paradise

The cook space inside this Tiny Heirloom home could pass for a high-end galley kitchen in a New York City apartment! The granite countertops are part of the basic package. The sliding barn-style door to the bathroom and open shelving are stylish as well as space-efficient. | Photo: Ian Pratt with

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Light fixtures with glass shades, marble counters, and handmade footed vanity cabinets establish a vintage look in this bath. Period-perfect bin pulls and faucets complement the classic style.

A broken-bluestone patio, decked out with a pro-style stainless-steel grill and table seating, lies just beyond the kitchen's French doors.

A Functional Kitchen Layout With Period Details

A couple of TOH readers found this charming iron bistro set on eBay. See more affordable ways to furnish the garden of your dreams

12 Ways to Add Outdoor Seating

An open first-floor layout merges the living room and kitchen to create a spacious feeling inside this bungalow. A vaulted ceiling allows natural light to stream in from the attic-level dormer.

Tattered 1920s Bungalow to Updated Gem

Oversize aluminum-clad patio doors echo the casements while framing the view in this dining room

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

Designer P. Allen Smith put together this living room on a shoestring for his Arkansas guesthouse. The artful bouquet of heirloom tools above the worn mantel creates a central focal point for symmetrically placed armchairs and wood-framed mirrors.

Create an Elegant Farmhouse Living Room

This custom bath vanity has a salvaged-barn-wood base and a Silestone top. The homeowners bought the ornate frames in Peru and asked their general contractor to add the mirrors.

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

This cozy terrace is perfect for entertaining. Can you believe it was once a bare backyard with uneven terrain? The owners love the fireplace mantel, which was milled from a cypress tree grown on the property they own

Readers' Clever Upgrade Ideas That Wowed Us IV

A narrow three-season room benefits from built-in seating that's tailor-made for the space. Drawers hold outdoor decor; a colorful cushion, throw pillows, and a patterned rug offer a comfy place for a private moment.

How to Design a Cozy Cottage-Style Interior

This cozy window seat is tucked between built-in closets in the mudroom area next to the kitchen

New Vintage Look for a Contemporary Kitchen

Simple furnishings and soft blues and grays with butter-yellow accents infuse this farmhouse-style breakfast nook with cheerful charm

Create a Farmhouse-Fresh Breakfast Nook

Gym baskets and shoe cubbies keep kids' wear under control in this mudroom

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

A custom barn-wood door separates the living room and home office

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

Budget-minded finishes in this bath include an aluminum picture rail, porcelain floor tile, a small acrylic tub, and oversize wall tile in an updated pattern.

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

An L-shaped desk provides plenty of room to spread out, and open shelves lend ample storage and display space in this home office. The beaded chandelier, aqua desktop, and subtle wall stripes keep the space from feeling ordinary.

A Stylish Home Office Makeover for $432

The custom trim work in this family room are what elevates it from standard builder fare: a wall of handsome built-ins flanking a stone fireplace; a coffered ceiling, crown molding. Delightful.

Small Family Home with Inspiring Interiors - Home Bunch - An Interior Design & Luxury Homes Blog

A savvy mom helps perfect a spot that's comfortable, safe, and just plain fun for kids. Single-lever faucets have to be pushed back to switch to HOT. Bronze finishes and custom window screens reinforce the house's Craftsman style.

A Bright Bathtime Oasis for Kids