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!
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.
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.
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.
A wood farmhouse trestle table adds organic appeal and warmth to open living between the living room and white kitchen.
One day I’d love to have a stove like this with a hooded vent above.
The mud room serves double duty as a laundry space. Herringbone tile lines the floor while an oriental rug lends softness and color underfoot.
Painted plank walls lend texture to a bedroom in today’s casual home. A simple piece of artwork adds a touch of color.
Another bedroom with vaulted ceiling repeats the color scheme from the family and living rooms.
Shiplap walls hug the bathroom with its farmhouse sconce lighting.
An oil painting lends color above the free-standing tub. You might remember this image from my post about decorating with landscape paintings.