A white country-style kitchen with distressed whitewashed wooden flooring gets a pick-me-up from the blue and aqua glass tile backsplash.
Flea markets can be a great place to find antique design solutions, like this master bedroom's weathered fireplace.
In an ode to vintage handkerchiefs, this bedding is printed with a patchwork of painterly florals.
The look and feel of wood is calm and cozy, and bringing in cool tones of blue, purple or green through paint or textiles achieves a lovely balance.
Both bold and comforting, a vintage-style multicolored quilt is guaranteed to add a spring to your step each morning.
Red tones have a way of tapping into our emotions. This living room wows with a rich palette of reds that are both dramatic and elegant.
Dark, exposed support beams stand out against lighter colored walls and visually lower the ceiling for a cozier feel.
Here's a dining area that embraces you in a warm inviting way and says, 'sit a spell and stay awhile.'
It’s easy to create a kitchen with charm and poise with the right shades of green and blue.
A down-to-earth palette inspired by sunbaked adobe, Italian stucco and sandstone.