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A Shore Thing2 of 9
Keeping the home's location in mind, Doris-Bates painted the kitchen walls with inviting yellow sand and cool water sea tones.
Bright Idea3 of 9
Mixing high and low price points to inspire viewers is what set decorator Peter Gurski had in mind when he installed the three white Ikea pendant lights over the kitchen island. The trio of lights contrasts in both scale and price with the brass pendant over the dining table.
Flooring It4 of 9
Keeping the overall feel of the home both textural and casual, Doris-Bates decided on durable cork kitchen flooring, which fits with the couple's modern eco-friendly style. The flooring "has an organic feeling that's grounding but not heavy and cold like concrete can be," she says.
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The vintage parquet dining table provides a worn-in feeling for the kitchen while also echoing the lines of the ceiling beams. Doris-Bates wanted to reinforce that loose, lofty feeling so that the characters did not feel trapped in the space.
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Child-Friendly Chairs6 of 9
These brightly patterned and upholstered mid-century-inspired armchairs give the living room a pop of color and reflect first-time parents' mix of styles. Gurski also did what some savvy parents do—he upholstered the chairs in a Sunbrella fabric, which resists stains and can withstand wear and tear.
Lighten Up7 of 9
Combining different styles for the lighting—including mid-century and traditional themes and materials such as blown glass and wood—creates an eclectic and unfussy feeling in the set's living room.
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Connect The Dots8 of 9
Giving the nursery a hint of whimsy while maintaining a sophisticated, modern design angle was what Gurski had in mind with these simple and colorful circular wall decals.
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Seeking Sanctuary9 of 9
To bring a sense of spaciousness to a room that tends to be cramped quarters, Doris-Bates used ceramic tiles in varying shades of white and bathroom hardware in stainless steel. The result? A restroom that feels more like an oasis—the one serene place for the characters to escape.
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