Nature’s palette has long been a guide to beautiful, inviting and natural interiors. No exceptions in thisConnecticut home which has taken cues from the warmth of a yellow sun , energy from a turning leaf, and the strength of hard woods. A dining room kissed with golden hues, and chestnut flooring and ceiling beams, are some of the incredible features of this home.
In the kitchen, cream cabinetry is paired with wicker and wood drawers. The owner owns an organizing store, so everything has been thoughtfully placed. Notice in the niche above the cook top, there is a swing out faucet for filling pots. How brilliant! A rustic Breakfast room, includes a wonderful step back cupboard, and plenty of collectible pitchers filled with fabulous flowers.
One thing is certain, the mixing of wood tones has a beautiful effect. I often get people asking me if they could finish their new furniture to match existing pieces. Here is a perfect example of why you don’t have to. A different tone allows the unit to stand out on its own where you can really admire it’s craftsmanship.
Each room offers a sense of tranquility and enticement, through continuity and artistic objections. A Beautiful collection of mercury glass, an inviting place to read under a window, even a fringed armchair with a cozy throw. It’s the little details that layer to create luxury.
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Heather, thank you so much for inviting me to post on your beautiful blog today. It’s been an absolute pleasure. Also, I’d like to invite your readers to check back on my blog shortly for a wonderful giveaway, that is very reminiscent of this post. It’ll be coming in the next week or two..:-) Hope you are all having a wonderful Day
Thank you Vitania. Loved having you here to share all your wisdom and design secrets!!