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"I stuck to three to four colors to keep it calm and simple," Stacey says. "I mainly use greens, whites, creams and chocolates." She loves how the neutral tones and white walls set the scene for her decor, art and furniture.
The majority of paint throughout the home is custom-mixed Benjamin Moore.
Leather chair: Crate & Barrel
The kitchen "was such a labor of love. I just love being in here," she says. The couple changed every detail in this space: floors, cabinets, lighting, appliances and window treatments. The color of the backsplash tile was custom made by Sonoma Tilemakers.
Stacey loves the collected, layered look. She's inspired by a very feminine and somewhat French aesthetic, and by designers such as Mary McDonald, Jan Showers, Charlotte Moss and Susan Kasler.
This faux fireplace in the living room was passed down to Stacey from her grandmother. It was added here specifically to display the mirror.
Coffee table: Craigslist
The living room sofa is a custom upholstered piece by Lee Industries, decorated with throw pillows designed by Stacey.
In the formal living room and the family room, antique shutters found at a shop in Los Gatos, California, add architectural interest.
Stacey chose a dark blue hue for Patrick's upstairs bathroom, giving the space a more masculine feel. She designed custom-made curtains, added collected decor and changed out the mirror.
Paint: Newburyport Blue, Benjamin Moore
Stacey chose neutral hues and a unisex decor for the master bedroom. The bed is made of pine with a custom glaze and a custom-designed canopy. She had the small tufted bench made for their dogs to enjoy.
Brian wanted the exterior of the home to have a look that was similar to what he saw growing up on the East Coast. The couple added shingled siding, larger columns, a custom door and an overhang above the garage door.