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About Brittany Jepsen

Brittany Watson Jepsen is an American designer and crafter who just returned to America after 2 1/2 years in wonderful Copenhagen, Denmark. Her motto is "a creative mess is better than tidy idleness" and she lives each day accordingly. During graduate school for interior design she spent one summer working for designers Jonathan Adler and Celerie Kemble and another summer studying textile design at the Danish Design School. She created her blog, The House That Lars Built, as a way to keep her designing and crafting. She currently runs her blog and her etsy shop, where she sells her home accessories and paper flowers.

Getting Moody with the House That Lars Built

The release of Caesarstone’s new 2018 colors always provides a glimpse into the trends of the next few years and I have to say that it gets me excited to see what great design we’ll be seeing! I’m particularly digging three -  Cloudburst Concrete, Frozen Terra and Intense White, which appeal to a few different styles, yet somehow can be worked in to all. Let’s take a look at how these new colors can work in your space and what colors they pair best with.

Frozen Terra 4601


Images: 01: First Lamp, via Architecture Art Design//02: yatzer // 03: Froy 

 

Frozen Terra is my favorite with its nod to mid-century because of the slight terrazzo feel. I love the idea of bringing in additional warm colors like ochres and browns, and then pairing it with a cooler color like a slate blue. This color can go in so many different directions! That said, the neutral base allows you to work it into nearly every style flawlessly.

Cloudburst Concrete 4011


Images: 01: domino // 02: Grand Tradition Homes //03: Studio Mcgee

 

Cloudburst Concrete has all the perks of looking like concrete while maintaining the benefits of quartz. It’s the best of both worlds! This look is the perfect solution to adding to your modern farmhouse style. These days, I’m particularly digging the blue-greens that feel fresh without feeling like you’re in a jungle. I’d consider pairing it with a warm taupe and a slate grey to ground it.

Intense White 6011


Images: 01: Imgrez// 02: decor pad, via H Ryan Studio//03: inkawall

 

Last, but not least, Intense White. Don’t let the name fool you, “intense” is just meant to describe its beauty. It adds the perfect amount of light neutral so that it doesn’t come across as stark. It would be perfect for a more contemporary vibe as it feels clean yet not sterile. Add with it some olive taupes, a warm gray and a mocha coffee brown, and it combines the best of the warm and cool palettes.

 

Which color is striking your fancy the most? And how would it work in your own kitchen? We would love to hear!


 

 

House That Lars Built Kitchen Reveal

The story of my kitchen is a lesson in stubbornness. We are renters and really had no intention of staying here for 5 years, but alas, the longer we live here, the more I approach the space as a challenge to see how rad I can make it. Don't tell me it can't be done, because I will set out to prove you wrong! Ha! Well, last week I revealed our kitchen makeover and you guys were just as shocked as me to see the transformation. Our dreary little basement apartment kitchen went from 80s fabulous to timeless and refreshing with mostly small aesthetic changes and switching out some key components like our laminate countertops for beautiful Caesarstone.


All photography: Jane Merritt

Our 5-Year Kitchen Transformation


Let's start off with some basic facts. If you can only change one room in the house, I'd highly recommend tackling the kitchen first. It really sets the mood for the rest of the house as it's one of the most actively used rooms. It's a tricky combination of practicality and aesthetics. Additionally, because of the amount of tasks performed in the space, it is also one of the most expensive. I knew we wouldn't have the budget, or the need, to invest much into it as we don't own it. Thus, I wanted high impact for little cost. Maybe you can relate?




Here's the timeline of our kitchen transformation:


2013 We move in. The kitchen looks like the top left photo below. It's clean and functional. It has laminate countertops, fluorescent lighting, metal mini blinds, laminate flooring, beige walls, aluminum sink, oak cabinets, no backsplash ( = food on the walls!)
2014 Our landlords surprise us while we're away on vacation by painting our cupboards white. We were truly shocked when we came home! It lifted the room right up. Top right photo below
2015 I couldn't handle the beige walls anymore so I painted the whole house white myself. I wasn't really paying close attention when I selected the white so I chose a bright white as opposed to the more yellow white of the cabinets. C'est la vie!
2017 We install new laminate wood flooring and it feels like a new space once again! Getting rid of the yellow laminate tiled flooring was key. bottom left photo
April 2018 I wanted something that felt more "designed" than just plain white cabinets so we painted a two-toned color scheme. White up top and dark blue on the bottom (see the post here). All of a sudden, it took a nice, clean kitchen and created a statement room. It felt intentional and refined. It still had a little ways to go to feel finished.
June 2018 We added in a Caesarstone countertop, tile backsplashes, removed mini blinds and added in wooden blinds, replaced the aluminum sink with a granite composite, new brass faucet, new brass hardware, new LED lighting.



Let's talk about the countertops, shall we?


Quartz Countertops


As a former contributor to Interior Collective, I’ve researched the pros and cons to each type of countertop: wood, laminate, marble, granite, concrete, you name it. Ultimately, I learned that quartz countertops from Caesarstone are an awesome choice for the following reasons: they’re stain and scratch resistant, maintenance free (no polishing or sealing required!), non-porous so bacteria can't get inside and make itself at home. SCORE! Plus, even though it's an engineered stone, it looks REALLY good.



I chose to go with their White Attica, which features a clean white base with dense, dark grey interwoven veins. I chose it because it goes well with the whiteness of the cabinets and walls yet the veins add a nice interest to it. They have the option of a 2cm or 3cm thickness. I wanted a thicker look so I went with the 3. If you want something even thicker, you can put a couple of them together.


What We Used: 




What to Know When Installing Countertops


I was a newbie to countertop installation, but let me tell you how the process worked for me so that it will alleviate some of the questions when it comes to doing it yourself.

  1. Caesarstone recommended an installer in my area who we went with after making a few calls around for price comparisons and Yelp reviews.

  2. After we selected the type of quartz we wanted, one of the installers came to do a "template" in our kitchen, which basically measures the space creating a plan for where the sink goes, etc.

  3. The slab was shipped directly to the installers. We also had the sink shipped directly there so they could cut it out. We didn't have any other holes cut out other than for the sink but other ones to consider would be one for hand soap, water dispenser, dish soap. I wish I would have thought about these things so I could have put them in, but it didn't even cross my mind and by the time I found out about it, I didn't have enough time to order some.

  4. It took about a half day for installation.




A Few Tips:

  • Before we painted our cabinets we had asked the countertop installers if we should paint first or install the countertops first. They advised us to paint first. Looking back, I would have installed the countertops first because the new one is smaller than the previous laminate and because of it we can see traces of white from the cabinets that didn't get painted mostly at the top, just below the countertop.

  • You have the option to put in a 4" backsplash of countertop. We chose not to do so because I wanted the tile to start at the bottom. Usually you put in a 4" backsplash when you don't put in tile, but you can do it if you prefer.


And how do I like it? I LOVE our countertops. They're beautiful and clean and almost make me want to cook. Almost.

My Rating:


5 stars Can't speak more highly about it.

After writing about Caesarstone countertops for so many years, it feels so wonderful to have it at my fingertips. I couldn’t be more pleased about them. They’ve change the entire atmosphere of my home.



 

For more kitchen reveals: Daniella on Design | Song of Style

Subtly Transitioning from Winter to Spring

(Via Julie Blanner)


Winter is wonderful for many reasons; It is cold, but beautiful and there’s something cozy in the air. But when it comes to that time of the season where it’s not quite spring yet, but you’re ready for the warmer weather and flowers, there are great ways to transition, starting inside your home. The end of the winter season can be a bit puzzling when it comes to your home decor. It’s hard to find the perfect balance between the current winter and the coming spring. Here are some ways to subtly transition your home decor from winter to spring without rushing into it: 

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Slowly start adding fresh color. Step by step, start removing the reds and adding the pinks and yellows. Transition from the dark greens to the light greens. This will help make your home feel like spring is approaching while still embracing the remaining winter.

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I often think of white when I think of winter decor, but white is definitely an all-season color. Just swap out the snow for some baby’s breath. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #winter #spring #decor #quartz #kitchen #bath #livingroom #flowers #holidays #seasonaldecor #modernhome(Via Isari Flower Studio)


Be on the ball about changing your flowers as the season progresses. It’s nature’s course and should be yours as well. Flowers such as Paper Whites, Magnolias, Iris, and Hydrangeas and just a few examples of the flowers that are in season in February.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #winter #spring #decor #quartz #kitchen #bath #livingroom #flowers #holidays #seasonaldecor #modernhome(Via Blog Lovin)


Keep your house as spotless as possible. There’s a reason they have spring cleaning, but if you start early, you’re already mostly done and your home will have that fresh spring feel. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #winter #spring #decor #quartz #kitchen #bath #livingroom #flowers #holidays #seasonaldecor #modernhome(Via The House That Lars Built)


Something that helps to keep your mind off the cold winter is decorating for the different winter holidays. Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day are fun excuses to get your home festive again.


How do you start bringing spring into your winter home?

 

Related Article: Official Start to Spring: Inspiring Outdoor Spaces

Bringing Pink into Your Home

(Via Numero)


With a new year comes new "it" colors and the Pantone colors are a great place to look for inspiration. Rose Quartz, a shade of pink, is one of this year's colors. It’s a lovely shade that is already a hit and looks stunning in your home. Here are some ways to incorporate this shade of pink in your home:


@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #pink #quartz #pantone #decoratinginpink #homedecor #valentinesday #pinkaccents #pinkkitchen(Via Living Pink)


By adding a single accent piece in pink, you add a subtle touch of color that will draw attention and keep your room looking lovely, but not overpowering.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #pink #quartz #pantone #decoratinginpink #homedecor #valentinesday #pinkaccents #pinkkitchen(Via Pompeli)


Colorful entry doors have always been one of my favorites. I’ve always felt that since the front door is the first thing you see when entering a home, the color should be noteworthy.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #pink #quartz #pantone #decoratinginpink #homedecor #valentinesday #pinkaccents #pinkkitchen(Via Vogue)


When painting walls, most people usually don’t paint their baseboards, trim and crown molding the same color as the walls (unless you’re opting for all white). But a really awesome thing to do is just that; and might I suggest painting them pink.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #pink #quartz #pantone #decoratinginpink #homedecor #valentinesday #pinkaccents #pinkkitchen(Via Camillapihl)


If you’re not ready to fully commit to a new paint job, bedding is the perfect way to go. Simply buy a new sheet set or even just add some accent blankets and pillows and you instantly have a whole new room.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #pink #quartz #pantone #decoratinginpink #homedecor #valentinesday #pinkaccents #pinkkitchen(Via Vancouver Sun)


For those of you absolutely obsessed, pink kitchen cabinets are an awesome way to show your love!

How do you feel about 2016’s color? Will you incorporate pink in your home?

 

Related Article: 2016 Pantone Color of the Year | Rose Quartz & Dusty Blue

How to Use Plates to Decorate

(Via PopSugar)


Most of us have learned our whole lives that we’re supposed to keep our food on our plate. The only exception I saw growing up was at my grandmother's house, or the occasional antique store; they had plates on their walls without any food at all! There are great ways to decorate using plates that have become super chic and modern. So don’t write it off and check out these seven ways to decorate your walls with plates.

Some people may not know where to begin when putting plates on their wall. Whether you’re going for a symmetrical look or a more abstract look, start with a basic layout. You do not need to stick to it completely, but it’ll help you get a good start.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor(Via Pinterest)


Opting for dishes that are the same, but in different colors lets you play around a bit more. You don’t have to worry about any one looking out of place because they all match. This gives you a little more freedom to get creative in your placement.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor(via House That Lars Built)


If you have a favorite set of dishes, take a couple you won’t be dining with and use them on the wall. It’ll tie everything together wonderfully.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor(Via Homedit)


If your dishes have fun and colorful patterns they will definitely stand out making your wall look so fun.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor(Via B-T)


Don’t be afraid of using vintage dishes. It’s all about how you arrange them that’ll keep them feeling modern and exciting.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor (Via HGTV)


Breakable dishes aren’t the only kinds that look great on walls either! These baskets utilize the same concept, but show off another playful side.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #modernhome #plates #decoratingwithplates #uniquedecor #walldecor(Via Design Sponge)


Plates don’t only have to go on accent walls or over a piece of furniture. If you have a corner of a room that you feel needs some sprucing, consider a wall of plates.


What’s your favorite way to use your extra dishes?

Creative Ways to Use Backdrops in Your Home

(Via Engaged and Inspired)


Most of us commonly think of a backdrop as a decoration you would find at a wedding or a party, but rarely do we consider using them as an everyday decoration in our homes. They look great at parties so why not use them all the time? Here are six backdrops that would look great in your home.

Whether indoor or outdoor, the subtle backdrop above mixes gorgeous florals with an industrial frame creating an out-of-the-ordinary look that would be great anywhere.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #backdrop #homedecor #walldecor #wallart #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #livingroom #bedroom(Via Domino)


This natural backdrop would be pretty in any room of your house. You can swap out the flowers based on which season it is to keep it looking great all year round.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #backdrop #homedecor #walldecor #wallart #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #livingroom #bedroom(Via B.Loved Blog)


Geometrical wall art can totally be seen as a backdrop. Decals, paint, or a wooden piece would all look great framing an important part of your house, like the dinner table. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #backdrop #homedecor #walldecor #wallart #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #livingroom #bedroom(Via Hank and Hunt)


A floating backdrop is easy to make and 100% customizable. Pick a color scheme and pick your favorite shape and that’s all it takes! Perfect for any bedroom. 


@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #backdrop #homedecor #walldecor #wallart #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #livingroom #bedroom(Via Wedding Chicks)


A simple strand of flowers is a beautiful accent to any wall. You can make it as big or small as you want and it will draw attention.


@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #backdrop #homedecor #walldecor #wallart #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #livingroom #bedroom(Via In Honor of Design)


If you want a less colorful look that still brings nature into your home, use different leaves found around your neighborhood.


 

Which backdrop would look best in your home?

 

 

Unique Vases

(Via Trends Panarna)


Vases usually don’t get much attention because the flowers tend to take focus, but don’t think of a vase as just something to hold your flowers. A unique vase can add some serious character to the bouquet. Here are a few vases that are a little more than just flower holders.

I love the idea of covering a table with vases and plants. Each of these glass containers are different, but they go together so perfectly that even without any plants they get attention.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via A Pair and a Spare DIY)


Here’s another similar concept, but the round shape is even more of an attention grabber.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Die Sellerie)


Ceramic vases are not necessarily a new concept, but mixing up the colors with interesting shapes will definitely take notice.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Artnau)


There’s something to be said for abstract geometric vases. A vase can also be a work of art so why not make it one?

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Bloesem)


These vases were inspired by nature, which is very fitting for something made to hold nature. The neutral colors will help the colors of your flowers pop!

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Hannasinspo)


Bet you never thought you would use one of these after high school chemistry. The shape of the florence flask is awesome and colored water or not, makes a pretty cool vase.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Beauty Lab)


The idea of using old perfume bottles as vases is really great! This one is homemade, but still gives off the same idea. I love the idea of using vintage perfume bottles though, even if only one flower will fit.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via Miss Moss)


Stacking different glass bottles and saucers to make one unique vase is a really beautiful idea. You can do this with corresponding pieces or even mix up styles for a really new idea.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #interiordesign #vases #kitchen #bath #modernhome #flowers #uniquevases(Via The House That Lars Built)


Here’s a paper mâché vase I made. It is so fun and easy to do and you can get so creative with different shapes and designs. When you’re done you’ll have a vase unlike any other.
How will you use unique vases in your home?

5 Chic Ways to Display Candy

(Via A Beautiful Mess)


Maybe I’m still a kid at heart, but I love candy. I can’t just have bags hidden in pantries though because I wouldn’t appreciate it! Candy can be a great unexpected addition to your home decor. Here are 5 ways to display candy while still keeping it chic.

It’s all about the styling. I think one of the most typical places to find candy is in bowls on coffee tables. This is great, but make sure you keep it fun and artistic.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #homedecor #decoratingwithcandy #candy #candydecor #holidaycandy(Via HGTV)


For classy living rooms curate just the right colors and styles of candy to display. I love the use of rainbow candies in this room. As enticing as it may be to display a bowl of chocolate cups (and as much as I love chocolate!), it just wouldn’t be as visually appealing.

(Via East End Country Kitchens)


Glassware is an excellent choice for storing and displaying candy. Not only does it keep your candy fresh, it is also perfectly displayed to look great and entice sticky fingers.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #homedecor #decoratingwithcandy #candy #candydecor #holidaycandy(Via Heart Handmade)


If you don't have room in your pantry to dedicate to your candy display, try a small display stand and achieve the same look on your kitchen counter.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #homedecor #decoratingwithcandy #candy #candydecor #holidaycandy(Via Moments of Wanderlust)


A fun place to look for inspiration are retro candy shops. They know how to display candy because that’s their job! Labeled jars of candy add personality in your home.

What are some ways you will be displaying candy in your house?

Simple Holiday Decor

(Via Home Rein)


The season for gift giving and holiday cheer is one of the most beautiful times of the year no matter what you celebrate. But you don’t have to go crazy with the decorations to get into the spirit. There’s definitely something to be said for simple holiday decor. Here are some ways to keep it simple this holiday season: 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Salad Days)


Homemade garlands are fun for any occasion. This one turns miniature holiday trees into a sprightly and unexpected decoration. Your guests will be surprised by its cute simplicity.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Camille Styles)


Add another element of surprise with these cool DIY painted pine cone place settings. Pick any color you want and you have a great little accent piece for your table. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Traveling Mama)


Celebrate the holiday season in Scandinavian style with an advent candle. It is plain, but lighting it each night instantly puts your home into the spirit.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Julie Blanner)


One of the first things that comes to mind when I think of holiday decorations is garland. All you need are some branches and ribbon and you’ll have the perfect garland for the whole season. 

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If you celebrate Christmas, stockings are a staple for your mantle. A plain design will be the perfect subtle statement piece. Red stockings are my personal favorite and a little white accent will give them just the right touch.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Lantliv)


I love incorporating natural elements into my home. A miniature tree, even without decorations will add some holiday cheer to any room without much work at all.


@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #interiordesign #kitchen #bath #quartz #modernhome #holidays #christmas #holidaydecor #holidaydecorations #decorating #garland #wreath #livingroom(Via Julie Blanner)


The dinner table is one of the most fun areas of your home to decorate. You don’t have to go all out to make it memorable. Set out a few seasonal plants and fruits, like pomegranates or even oranges and you’re set! Gather your loved ones around for dinner filled with holiday cheer.

 

How will you be decorating your home this year for the holidays?

6 Ways to Bring Orange into Your Home

(Via Koto Living)


Orange is one of those colors that can get a bad rap. Sure, using orange to deck out everything can be a bit much, but using it well can be so great. Here is some proof.

Appliances can be pretty drab, or they can a focal point to a room. The orange vintage refrigerator above is awesome and stands out perfectly as the brightest color in the room. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #orange #orangedecor #accentwall #orangeaccent #fall #fallcolors(Via I Spy DIY)


Pick an accent wall, but don’t just do the obvious and paint it one bold color--paint it a few! Work to make it a piece of art that can stand alone. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #orange #orangedecor #accentwall #orangeaccent #fall #fallcolors(Via Jamali Garden)


A flower arrangement is a perfect and subtle way to bring orange into your home. Not all of the flowers need to be the same color. Since this one only has a few orange flowers your eyes are really drawn to them. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #orange #orangedecor #accentwall #orangeaccent #fall #fallcolors(Via HGTV Home)


Bright chairs are one of my favorite ways to liven up a space. You can mix and match like they did here, or pick one main color to play with. It instantly makes the table more interesting. 

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #orange #orangedecor #accentwall #orangeaccent #fall #fallcolors(Via Maria Killam)


Orange accents are great when thoughtfully placed throughout a room. Pick just a few signature pieces and spread them out. They’ll add pops of color that help draw a room together.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #interiordesign #orange #orangedecor #accentwall #orangeaccent #fall #fallcolors (Via Caesarstone - featuring Concrete countertops, Design by Abramson Teiger Architects)


This kitchen and dining area is a dream. The use of orange for the counter-top and then again as the reverse of the counter in the cabinet is done perfectly. This space is beautiful, but it’s the orange decor that really makes this room stand out.


Will you brighten up your home with some orange?