Did everyone survive Black Friday? I try to avoid the stores as much as possible the day after Thanksgiving, but I did need to get a few things. Then yesterday my daughter and I ran a half marathon (13.1 miles), so needless to say I’m a bit exhausted. Time to grab a cup of coffee and enjoy another house tour – today we’re taking a peek inside a pretty Connecticut home in neutral tones.
The living room wears calming neutral tones.
A pair of Christmas trees adorn an antique cabinet while a soft furry pillow lends a bit of texture.
A gorgeous Christmas tree takes center stage in front of the window. I love when you can see Christmas trees lit up from outside the home.
A pretty wooden chandelier gives light above a farmhouse table. We finally got our new chandelier hung above the dining table and I can’t wait to share it on my blog next week!
Are you a fan of French doors? I love them and they sure look pretty here, leading into the living room.
The kitchen is light and bright with white-painted cabinets.
The bathroom makes great use of an old dresser as vanity, and a gorgeous dresser mirror left in its natural wood state. I love wood and white together – I think it’s my favorite pairing when it comes to decorating.
A bench made from an old door graces the entryway while a fluffy garland winds its way up the banister.
Creative typography art hangs on the shiplap wall above the black iron bed. A pair of farmhouse sconces provide extra light for reading.
This is such a charming home, both inside and out. You know I love a yellow house!
You can see more of this Connecticut home over at Houzz.
See more house tours in the Charming Home Series!