If you love home decorating, you’ve probably encountered Canadian designer Sarah Richardson in a magazine, on HGTV. or in one of her many books. Her style is classic and timeless and appeals to a wide audience. I first saw Sarah Richardson’s home in Country Living magazine and immediately fell in love. I’m happy to share that house with you today!
The living room features a beamed, vaulted ceiling with a large rustic pendant light. Warm colors play against neutral tones to create a cozy vibe, with the help of a crackling fire. You’ll find an eclectic mix of furniture, from an elegant tufted chair to more contemporary sofas and end chairs. A fancy crest above the mantel adds a unique touch.
A red Oriental rug adds color to the space while an elegant grandfather’s clock keeps track of time.
The dining room really caught my eye when I first viewed this Sarah Richardson’s house in Country Living magazine. I love the patterned wallpaper paired with white trim. The French style chandelier is amazing and the woven dining chairs look great with the wood table and Turkish rug.
The home’s warm color palette continues into the kitchen with an expansive, pale yellow kitchen island. Polka dot upholstered bar stools lend a bit of whimsy.
Pale yellow corbels create an open shelf area next to a gorgeous stove and back splash.
A cozy dining nook is tucked into a corner of the kitchen. Soft, patterned drapes and a vintage lunch sign create a bistro feel.
Color and pattern command attention in the master bedroom with a beautiful four-poster bed.
A second bedroom features a vintage metal bed with more patterns in warm tones. Note the variety of patterns – paisley, polka dots, quilt blocks, and soft vines – all paired with a pretty patterned rug. Sarah Richardson’s home proves that patterns and colors can be artfully mixed. Don’t be afraid to try it!
A third bedroom captures a more feminine vibe with soft pinks and mauves.
A splash of blue appears in the master bathroom with a free-standing tub and walk-in shower.
A second bathroom enjoys a vintage vibe with an old claw foot tub painted yellow.
You can see more of Sarah Richardson’s home over at Houzz.