As you enter the house, you will find a light-filled open floor plan which features a unique kitchen with a barn wood island and hood. A beautifully decorated dining room opens to an elegant yet approachable living room. On the other side of the house, you will find many inspiring spaces, including a warm gray bedroom with lovely decor and a dramatic laundry room.
Overall, this place is a home that is full of personality and fun. All the rooms are about comfort without losing style. I hope you enjoy seeing it!
Ranch-Style Home with Transitional Coastal Interiors
Cheerful yellow Adirondack chairs bring some contrast to the front entry of this home.
Open Floor Plan
The moment you open the front door you’re embraced by an open floor plan. Note how the color palette makes the entire space feel connected.
The living room features a nice layout for conversation or TV watching. A fireplace with shiplap paneling brings texture and interest to the space.
If you’re tired of plain white kitchens, this one is for you! This kitchen offers plenty of character and inspiration!
This kitchen has everything you need; a large island and plenty of storage space.
Transitional Style & Flooring
I am loving the creativity factor in this kitchen. Reclaimed barn wood covers the sides and front of the island, while the opposite side features white cabinetry to balance the space with the perimeter cabinets. Reclaimed wood is found again on the kitchen hood, and custom barn doors hide the walk-in pantry.
Flooring is white oak with a white glaze over top, rubbed through. Isn’t it gorgeous?!
Any space can be a useful space when well designed! This kitchen bar area is perfect to prepare drinks or simply to be used as a coffee station.
Backsplash is hand-made and it was found at “Miles Distributing Inc.”.
I love using slipcovered host chairs, in fact I just suggested my client to do something similar to this in her breakfast nook. I feel that slipcovered chairs bring extra comfort and makes the entire space feel more tailored.
A cozy room with water views is set off the dining room.
I love the decor in this space. It’s full of color and it feels bright and warm.
What a beautiful combination of white shiplap walls and reclaimed wood beams. Classic coastal!
The powder room has a more industrial feel. Notice the custom vanity with white wash butcher block countertop and the wall treatment.
The paint choice might not be for everyone, (but, oh how refreshing this looks!) yet the layout and the cabinet design around the machines are ingenious!
I am loving this new take on laundry room design!
Similar Paint Color
Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain 2134-30.
The master bathroom features unique cabinetry and porcelain flooring.
This master bedroom is great! Ilike the fact it’s not too big nor too small. Also, notice the ceiling details and the water view.
It would be extra hard to get out of this bed… it looks so comfy! I am loving the decor and the bed itself.
This is definitely not a cookie cutter ranch home. It feels more edgy but still family-friendly. What do you like the most about this place?
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Hello, my wonderful friends! The weekend is over but a brand new week is starting and I am grateful to start it with you.
My weekend was great! I feel I accomplished so much. I finalized designing a butler’s pantry and breakfast nook for my client, went to a hockey game, saw some old pictures and talked to my grandfather. I have always being very close to him, but I feel even closer to him after my grandmother’s passing last year. He’s going through a hard time with serious health issues, but our faith is allowing both of us to focus on the good things that we all lived together as a family rather than focusing on this hard time.
As I was looking at these old pictures, I noticed that I miss that time, the time we were all together and I thought about my kids. I know they will live the same thing someday. They will look at the pictures we take today and I hope they feel the same way I feel when I look at my pictures from 15, 20 years ago. I hope I am being able to show them how much I love and appreciate this moment, the moment we are all together under one roof because I see how life passes by fast. I hope I am offering moments to them that will bring sweet memories to their hearts and memories that will never fade away… memories that show that they are loved, forever loved by me.
Have a Blessed Week and may you feel good and happy during this week!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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