Blue And White Decor Ideas
Daniel Blue Photography
DEANE Inc | Distinctive Design & Cabinetry
This beautifully designed custom kitchen has everything you need. From the blue cabinetry and detailed woodwork to the marble countertops and black and white tile flooring, it provides an open workspace with ample space to entertain family and friends.
Ella Scott Design, llc
Stacy Zarin Goldberg
Period rooms don't need to be painted with "traditional" colours. So forget whites and creams and try more distinctive colours. High ceilings can carry modern, bold colours. Accessories can really complete the look, copper vases set this room off beautifully. Wall colours Stepping Stone, available in Matt or Mid Sheen Breatheasy emulsion and Royal Ocean available in any finish from Crown Colourmix.
Cindy Aplanalp & Chairma Design Group
This weekend beach house's kitchen went through quite a transformation. We took out the original cabinetry which was painted bright teal and replaced it with a more refined set which is accented with the beautiful blue glass tile and black honed countertops. By extending the island's countertop into the living room, we added three more spaces for seating as well as a great serving area for parties. This space is a great example of "less-is-more" with its simple yet elegant design. Photo credit: B-Rad Studio
Heather Scott Home & Design
Four Brothers Design + Build
Traditional subway tile makes this bathroom special.
Walls-Paperclip-C2-928 Ceiling-Summer Sqall, C2-759 Designer-Tineke Triggs San Francisco Shophouse 2016
Martha O'Hara Interiors
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nest + company
styled by nest + co for this old house magazine / photo by nat rea
Sliding wood plank doors on industrial barn track hide the laundry essentials.