The current issue of Elle Decor features Meg's home on Martha's Vineyard. Meg did the majority of the design work herself. She created a home that is "understated, a mixture of industrial and vintage lighting, hand hewn wood furniture and sofas and armchairs slipcovered in pale linen." One of the smartest design elements in the house is the white paint used on the walls and ceilings. It unifies the beams, and angles in the house.
The kitchen's industrial tone is softened by a well worn wood table and a wide expanse of windows.
The white walls and fixtures of the master bath bring an openness and consistency to the various textures and surfaces in the space.
Meg has found a way to make her house feel expansive and cozy. The perfect refuge.
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