I was so excited to see the November issue of Country Living for more reasons than the precious dog which happens to be my favorite breed. This home tour is full of charm.
The paint color is Ralph Lauren's Chocolate Souffle and works well in this entry with generous windows, white trim, and pops of red.
I'm not sure how comfortable these chairs are, but they look great with this orange table. The pendant light is from Design Within Reach.
Apparently game tables are very popular now. The company I worked for at market carries several and people were always looking for them. A multifunctional piece of furniture is OK by me - especially in a small space. The leaves fold out to make a wider table - there when you need it.
The wall behind the bed is lined with dry erase maps from Hammacher Sclemmer to encourage the son to dream big. I adore the use of color in this room.
It is so nice to see vertical stripes for a change of pace in the daughter's room. They are painted with chalk board paint. How great is that plaid blanket? I love that they used oil cloth on the bench which looks like this one.
The grosgrain ribbon and nail head detail is by far one of my favorite ideas in this home. Two sofas together in front of a fireplace is such a great way to work a living room. The mix in this room is just right.
These lanterns! Yes, Country Living has been getting my attention lately. Do you subscribe?
All images: Country Living - Kansas Colonial Home Renovation