Today we have a beautiful dream home to share with you. The look is a pretty mix of crisp white with colorful pattern, classic touches with modern lines, and high end splurges with affordable finds. The best part, is that Justine of This Little Life we Built is willing to share all her sources so you can recreate the same vibe in your own space. Take a look at this beautiful, layered home.
The home starts with a fresh foundation of white walls painted Sherwin William Snowbound and paired with Mohawk Perfect Manner Amulet Luxury Vinyl Plank floors. LVP floors are a great choice if you want bullet-proof durability. They are great for kids, water, pets, and high traffic areas. The stairs are stained to color match but constructed of red oak wood. At the bottom of the stairs this sleek baby gate protects little ones without interfering with the pretty design of the space.
In the kitchen, a high-end aesthetic blends with child-friendly choices. Custom floor-to-ceiling cabinets and a rift sawn white oak island make a statement, while easy to clean acrylic stools and durable quartz counters make the space easier to maintain.
The counters and matching backsplash are Calcatta Leon Quartz. They are paired with cabinetry painted Sherwin Williams Pure White and these brass pulls.
Wallpaper in the bedrooms adds character and a traditional touch that adds depth to the new build. This Sandberg Wallpaper pairs beautifully with rustic woods and trending woven accent pieces.
In the primary bedroom, layers of pattern soften white walls and black windows. This is such a pretty update on the black and white modern farmhouse look we have all loved for years. This Anteriors statement chandelier is a modern take on a traditional idea. We love the way an oversize light can elevate a space.
Warm wood tones mixed with cool stone floors is one of our favorite pairings. In the primary bathroom white oak cabinets and brass accents warm up marble mosaic floors. This affordable blush runner finishes off the space in such a pretty way.
To see more of this beautiful home and for additional details and sourcing, visit This Little Life we Built.
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