Casual Home in Neutral Tones and Texture

Last week we toured a city home in Chicago, and today we’re headed to the bay area of California. Enjoy touring this casual home in neutral tones and texture. It’s open, bright, and beautiful!

Casual Home Living Room in Neutral TonesPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

The home uses a lot of white in rooms but adds texture and a bit of warmth in the form of pillows, throws, rugs, and plants.

Casual Home Living Room in Neutral TonesPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

You won’t find a lot of clutter. Instead, the casual home in neutral tones shows off its bare bones of wood floors, ample windows, and high ceilings.

White Tufted Chaise Lounge in Casual Living RoomPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

Rich linen fabric covers the sofa in the family room while a rolling ladder allows easy access to a wall of bookshelves. A cozy window seat creates space for reading or simply enjoying the natural light with ample pillows for cushion.

Casual Style Neutral Family Room with Bookcase and LadderPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

A wood farmhouse trestle table adds organic appeal and warmth to open living between the living room and white kitchen.

White Kitchen with Vaulted Ceiling and Open Floor ConceptPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

One day I’d love to have a stove like this with a hooded vent above.

White Kitchen with Vaulted Ceiling and Open Floor ConceptPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

The mud room serves double duty as a laundry space. Herringbone tile lines the floor while an oriental rug lends softness and color underfoot.

Laundry Room and Mud Room CombinationPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

Painted plank walls lend texture to a bedroom in today’s casual home. A simple piece of artwork adds a touch of color.

Romantic Farmhouse BedroomPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

Another bedroom with vaulted ceiling repeats the color scheme from the family and living rooms.

Casual Neutral Bedroom with Vaulted CeilingPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

Shiplap walls hug the bathroom with its farmhouse sconce lighting.

Farmhouse Bathroom with Shiplap WallsPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

An oil painting lends color above the free-standing tub. You might remember this image from my post about decorating with landscape paintings.

White Farmhouse Bathroom with Shiplap WallsPhoto by Jetton Construction, Inc.

 

You can see more of this casual home in the bay area by Jetton Construction over at Houzz.

 

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Comments

  1. This home is a bit stark for me and I would have liked the ceiling beams to have been a medium wood color rather than white, but otherwise this clean, minimalist look is very attractive.
    The mud room in this house is amazing. I swear, I think my entire life would have been different (better) had I had an actual mud room in any of the houses I’ve lived in. 🙂 Sports lovers have their fantasy football – I have my fantasy mudroom.

  2. Deb Gibboney says:

    I agree. A little too stark and institutional. But different strokes for different folks, right?

  3. Penny Thomas says:

    Minimalism is beautiful! I love the classy, clean lines and the beautiful white starkness! The “unclutter” is perfect!

  4. Marlene Stephenson says:

    This home has beautiful rugs on the floors, plants and pictures to give it color, and for them that is enough to make it a home. Thanks Jennifer.

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