Black-painted furniture offsets the sweetness of the room's pink walls. Country Living editor-in chief Sarah Gray Miller and her husband reupholstered big box chairs with vintage canvas bags for a one-of-a-kind look. Old-school portraits in mismatched frames hang cheek by jowl.
A palette of grays and browns creates a neutral, yet still dramatic, backdrop for the space's cabinet-of-curiosities vibe. To avoid clutter, collections stay confined: Birdcages hang in the bay window while bowls corral snapshots on the coffee table.
A burlap pendant lamp illuminates the island, which disguises space-saving refrigerator drawers, a dishwasher, and a microwave. All-white dinnerware looks good enough to live out in the open, while pantry staples become worthy of display when decanted into glass canisters.
Pale lamps, bedding, and accessories provide a welcome contrast to the sleeping quarters' dark, black-brown walls. Antique scroes - an oversized oil painting and steamer trunk - complement the vintage-inspired canopy bed.
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