This dining room’s designer wove sea-foam hues into the wall color, chandelier, and rug.
2 of 7Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn
The homeowner filled this living room with "regal rejects and relics." She revived many items with a coat of off-white paint, which keeps the look loose and light.
3 of 7Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn
Chipped and Charming
In this kitchen, a weathered table serves both as an island and dining table. A pink chandelier adds a feminine touch and emphasizes the hint of pink paint on the table. For a similar look, paint a wood piece, then sand rigorously once dry.
4 of 7Dominique Vorillon
Designer Janice McCarty knows how to mix and match. “I like to tweak things to create an effect that is upbeat and fun,” she says. Layering several shades of blue adds depth to the small room.
5 of 7Deborah Whitlaw Lewellyn
A Perfect Blend
This bedroom displays a perfect mix of rustic comfort and refined luxury. To achieve the look, the designer combined multiple textures—board walls, weathered wood, and quilted fabrics.
6 of 7Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn
With patterned slipcovers and painted furniture, this Old Florida
cottage is clean yet playful. Mixing stripes, checks, and florals
is key to the relaxed yet refined style.
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7 of 7Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn
Mostly monochromatic, this bedroom combines several shades of white. A few pastel accessories add interest.