Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Layer white on white on white. Lots of white on white really brightens up any space. Start by whitewashing all your walls and furniture. Then layer white textiles, plates, linens and seat covers. Display a collection of white crockery in open cabinets and soft-color flowers — like these pale pink hydrangeas — in a white enamel jug for a rustic finishing touch.
Keep it simple and unfussy. This room is simple and unfussy — the epitome of French farmhouse style. Re-create this look by using a palette of white and biscuit, then stick to the basics.
Use soft shades of lavender. Create your own purple haze of Provence lavender fields by placing simple purple flower stems in antique lavender glass bottles. Take it a step further by infusing sparkling water (Perrier of course!) with rich purple berries, such as blueberries or blackberries.
love the table legs
I love the Scandinavian way of living, their use of white to brighten up the home during the dark, cold winter," Eijkenduijn says. The couple applied that formula to what was previously a dark space to create this sunny dining room. "The Scandinavians have this philosophy that if you paint your floors, walls and ceilings white, as soon as the sun comes out, your home is so vivid and bright ... like a burst of sunshine," she says
colour and feel
Love, love, love this room. Cosy and erudite.