I look at these rooms and I think oh yes, I like it, and I like this other one, and this one too, I like them all in fact! But then I reflect that they are all exactly the same! I mean, throughout the whole house you find the same colours and textures. Individually they are beautiful, for sure. But I imagine going into one room and thinking, ok where am I? The living room? Oh no, it's the bedroom! Or is it??
Is it only me or do you get the same impression?
Come and see for yourselves and let me know!
Light, painted furniture goes hand in hand with low-maintenance, casual textiles suitable for a cottage at the beach
A second sitting area in the living room, whose boundary is defined by the blue-and-white toile slipcovered chair, is just around the corner from the main window-front area. The sectional sofa and overscale ottoman ensure comfort.
The glass shelves allow the built-in lighting at the top of the cabinet to shine throughout JoAnn’s displays of coral, shells, and ceramics.
Bathers by Andrew Gittleson tops a painted chest across from the sectional.
Antique faience chargers are displayed above a painted bench and table.
Love this dining room!
An octagonal gazebo looking out to the splendid garden.
The ceiling of the gazebo is painted a soft robin’s-egg blue, which contrasts with the brighter all-weather-fabric striped curtains that include a dash of sunny yellow.
Rockers on the wrap around porch.
Stripes, checks, florals, and a toile mix serenely in the blue and white palette.
The bedroom’s antique Chinese bamboo cabinet and newer bamboo coffee table are the only unpainted wood furnishings in the home.
Even the antique carpet balls on the bamboo coffee table are blue and white.
All images and information from Traditional Home.