Do you guys follow Jenna Sue Design? She has DIY transformed several homes and they are beautiful. She’s a great example of how good design and beautiful spaces do not have to cost a fortune. Today we are dreaming of her home in Florida. It’s a fresh transitional home, layered with neutrals and finished with the perfect hint of Southern charm. Take a peek and dream with us!
The kitchen is such a beautiful pairing of clean lines and traditional details. The layering of neutral paint colors adds depth to the space. The cabinetry is painted Kraftmaid Durham Maple Square in Mushroom, the walls are done in Sherwin Williams Alabaster, and the trim is Sherwin Williams Pure White.
The vintage-style beautiful rug grounds the space with soft color and pattern. Although vintage Turkish rugs can be quite expensive, synthetics that copy the look can be picked up very affordably.
The neutral living room feels rich and inviting. The space is grounded with this rug and piled with soft linens and warm woods. Like the kitchen, the walls are painted Sherwin Williams Alabaster paired with Sherwin Williams Pure White.
The moody black walls of this bathroom are such a fun pairing with plaid tile. Bright natural light and white accents keeps the space from feeling too heavy. Love this black paint? Try Valspar Cracked Pepper.
How beautiful is that boho crochet bassinet? This room is such a sweet space for a baby. That perfect blush paint is Sherwin Williams Malted Milk.
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