I have come across Candice Olson's work many times over the last few weeks and thought it would be nice to share her designs with you. Many rooms are designed for families therefore making them well-used rooms that need to be comfortable, user-friendly and inviting. I love her use of cream, brown, taupe, grey, blue and white. This colour scheme is soothing. Money well spent for her clients!
Enjoy reading and browsing below. I'm sorry for the delay today. The day just got away from me. More to come tomorrow and I think I still owe you a recap from my trip to London, England.
I would really like to move into this bedroom. The various shades of grey and hit of blue and white are perfect! It's clean sophisticated and cozy! :)
This master suite is HUGE!! I love the mix of built-ins, creamy white walls, blue and cream fabric, chrome and glass. I would never leave this bedroom if it was mine. Seriously, it's big enough to entertain, work and sleep. Where else would you have to be if you had this room?
I remember this bathroom from her show. There are TVs hidden behind the mirrors! Very cool!! It would be convenient when getting ready in the morning as you could catch up on your news and/or favourite gossip shows. Another hit is the overflow bathtub. Devine!
This is a stylish family room with space to entertain, do homework, make crafts and play games.
The backsplash is a little too much for me but worth sharing.
I think this is her best kitchen so far because (a) it's white and grey (b) it has great lighting (c) it has a cozy window seat!
Candice likes to use islands as seating areas. They end up being the focal point of the kitchen which is great because that's usually where guests end up socializing. If you don't like stainless steel then this kitchen is definitely not for you. I find the appliances are a bit too noticeable in this kitchen.
Again the backsplash isn't my taste but it does add character to the room. I love the chalkboard to-do list and the very functional island.
I adore the colour scheme in this dining room, the dining chairs, rug and buffet. Her designs are always so comfortable and classic.
All pictures via Flickr, HGTV, Decorpad