Comfortable furniture is essential in a vacation home, and a neutral palette lets you accessorize with punches of color.
The saturated red walls give off a bold, refined look, while the white trim and windows keep it cheerful and bright.
A country-style rust and yellow kitchen with traditional wooden cabinetry and granite countertops
Blue goes well in any room of the house. In a formal setting, dark blue feels regal and luxurious against the rich brown of the floor.
Tan and light colors create the ideal backdrop for dramatic splashes of color.
You spend a lot of time in the kitchen, so you want it to make sure it gives off a positive, happy vibe. Yellow is a traditional kitchen color that adds warmth and comfort.
Trees, container gardens, and a lush border provide a grand entrance. The red and green complement one another resulting in a sophisticated look.
Tap the beauty of the color of vintage brick to add timeless elegance and a classic touch to the kitchen and dining area.
White appears above the chair rail, with brick red below. Blue on the furniture, in recesses and the inside of cupboards complete the look.
There’s a simple, inexpensive, and much more creative alternative for showcasing your favorite artwork: “faux framing” with interior paint.