This post is especially for my dear readers that love traditional homes, and if you’re one of them I’m sure you’ll enjoy this well-designed space.
This traditional home has a very neutral palette and seems to be perfect for empty-nesters. Even tough all the rooms are kid-friendly, the decor feels more mature. The interiors of this traditional home are sophisticated but not too serious and have comfort in mind.
I feel this traditional home has a lot of character and that’s always refreshing. I especially like the mudroom that can be used as a sewing or crafts room. The traditional white kitchen is also fantastic, with lots of cabinets and two islands.
I would say this home is for those whom like beautiful architecture and like to play it safe with interior design.
Paint Color: Walls: Cromwell Gray HC-103by Benjamin Moore. Trims: Swiss Coffee OC-45 by Benjamin Moore.
All of the stain colors were custom formulated.
I love the architecture of this space.
Gorgeous beams. Wall color: HC-79 Greenbriar Beige by Benjamin Moore.
Trims: OC-117 Simply White
The main formal rooms are connected with each other, making entertaining easier.
Simple, but beautifully done.
I like how natural this room feels. Bring some fresh flowers to add more color and fun.
The dark cabinets and the contemporary light fixture make this space feel masculine.
This traditional kitchen has a very welcoming feeling.
The Mosque Cristallo Pendant can be found here. Paint color is SW6141 Softer Tan. Floors are black walnut.
The range is a Wolf 48-Inch. The granite countertop is called “Delecatis”.
This space is fantastic!
Sew & Craft
This is the mudroom, laundry room (machines are hidden in the cabinets) and craft room.
Mudroom & Craft Room
Paint Color is SW 0042 Ruskin Room Green.
The floors is a thin cut clinker brick laid in a herringbone pattern.
The mudroom opens to the main hallway.
I like how the brick floors look with the hardwood. Beautiful!
Isn’t it a beautiful master bedroom? It’s elegant without being over-the-top.
This color palette relaxes me. It’s gentle to the eyes and even though I prefer hardwood flooring, carpet is always better under your feet.
Stunning chandelier by Currey & Co, the bench is an antique.
This is a traditional bathroom with a very elegant approach. The beautiful Crystorama chandelier can be found here.
The bathtub is from Restoration Hardware.
Paint Color is Mannequin Cream 2152-60 by Benjamin Moore.
Adorable guest bedroom!
I often prefer using neutral colors in guest bedrooms. It feels more welcoming and quieter.
The countertop of the guest bathroom is “Emperador Dark”. I like the rich color of this marble.
You can find lots of inspiring elements in this room. I like the nice contrast you get from the wall color and the bed.
The settee is by Hickory Chair.
Paint Color: Metallic Silver/2132-60 by Benjamin Moore is a similar color.
The space for entertain!
I’m never a big fan of having a bar at home. I often don’t like how they look, but this one is tastefully designed.
A Room For Fun
This is where we can watch hockey!
I love the feeling you get with all the big windows and the trees surrounding the room. It’s peaceful.
The fireplace is made of river rock. Naturally beautiful.
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Hello, my friends! What a weekend, I tell you! It was busy, got a new pair of laundry machines and did lots of laundry! Sounds just like a fairy-tale, doesn’t it? Well, this is real life.
I had a quite expensive pair of laundry machines and I bought them because I heard so may great things about them when we moved to this house. I wanted something that would last for a long time and that was silent, since our laundry room is close to our kitchen. Boy, was I wrong?! The machines had problems since the very beginning and I tried to keep them as long as I could, but just last week I once again had a problem with the dryer and my husband and I decided it was time to buy a new pair instead of calling the repairman again.
I bought an affordable, simple pair of laundry machines this time around. I really wanted to have only the basics this time around. Do you remember those older machines growing up? My grandma has her washing machine for over 20 years! I know that the technology has changed (better energy savings, etc), but it also got cheaply-made, with less durable parts and I got tired of spending way too much money on something that will have to be replaced every five years or so.
I’m back to the basics… and simplicity can give some peace of mind sometimes.
Have a very blessed week, full of great, happy and fun moments!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com