One of the tricks that makes model-homes so inviting to home buyers is the strong color palette carried through every room of the house. A lot of planning goes into deciding and using that color palette in unique ways throughout the house so buyers see the charms of each room individually and the house as a whole.
You can use this trick too to make your home feel connected and cohesive. The Room of the Week is actually part of a house that demonstrates exactly how to do this in a real home (rather than a model-home). Let’s take a look….
Do you have one color palette, or use an accent color to tie all the rooms in your home together? I know I throw blue into every color in my house…
One of my favorite things in the Room of the Week is the gorgeous farmhouse-style table right in the center. I can just imagine the family gathering here for family dinners, and special occasions and even just after the kids get home from school for a snack and homework. The worn wood and simple metal chairs are low-maintenance and give a casual feeling to the kitchen.
Even if you don’t have the same kitchen layout in your home, you can achieve a similar casual feeling using the farmhouse table/metal chair combo no matter what your style is. Here is the combo in four different styles.
Anyone have an eat-in kitchen? Or a farmhouse table they love…maybe a source to share with everyone?
I know I keep saying I am back and ready to blog again after our cross-country move, but this week I actually mean it! I’m back sharing the most darling eat-in kitchen designed by Clayton & Little Architects. This kitchen uses many design elements that I just love and can be translated into so many different types of design styles. Let’s dive right in and check out this kitchen!
What’s your favorite part of this room? I’m looking forward to talking about it all week. Thanks for sticking around while I got settled!