Good morning! We’re cooking up a delicious color palette this morning, all inspired from this beautiful (and oh-so-tasty) tablescape from Euna Mae’s Heirloom Kitchen & Home Goods in Springdale. As seen in our all-new September “Kitchen & Bath” issue, this pretty breakfast table is made up of lots of goodies from Bonnie’s Jams small-batch preserves and Callie’s Charleston Biscuits to the American-made reproduction jadeite salt-and-pepper shakers, which we are swooning over. The colors run the gamut, but we’re picking out our favorites. And, there’s more vintage-inspired finds to keep you at the breakfast table a little longer in our September “Style” section. Click here to read the full story or find a copy of the new September issue on newsstands. Want even more? Scroll down to find our inspiration board below, which includes a mix of images and paint colors we gathered from around the web, all inspired by our sweet and savory breakfast at Euna Mae’s.
This Greers Ferry Lake home is full of nautical inspiration throughout and makes for an easy getaway for a young Conway family. They called upon designer Tami Risinger to help design a place they could unwind together as a family. “Designing a second home is fun,” Risinger says. “This one has more of a theme and a more colorful palette than I usually work with.” Nestled in the Eden Isle community, the home reflects its surroundings with a palette of gray, cream, and navy with pops of red and nautical accents. A custom, upholstered banquette anchors the dining area around a stainless steel-topped table, which reflect the theme and are perfectly kid-friendly. Go shopping with us and read the full story online here or find a copy of the July issue on newsstands.
We’re back with another “Room of the Week” feature and this week it’s all about the breakfast room. Not just any breakfast room…one with European-inspired style and beautiful furnishings and draperies. Sister design team Talena Ray and Mona Thompson of Providence Design are renowned for their ability to incorporate found objects and European influence into interiors. Here, a chandelier with a burlap drum shade lights up casual meals, while a French bleached-wood cabinet, topped with antique olive oil jars and wine jugs, provides storage. Patterned draperies continue the home’s palette of white, gray, and yellow. What’s your favorite part about this space? Read the full story online here or find a copy of the June issue on newsstands.
We hope you all had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend with family and friends. Today, we’re inspired by a Little Rock home renovation by designer Bill Beringer. The home once had a smaller galley-style kitchen, but after the renovation they have a spacious open kitchen with a seating area and fireplace, as well as a large breakfast area with a view. The title of this article says it all. It is most definitely a serene space. Tall arrangements by About Vase add color and compliment the room’s ceiling height. We love the color palette used on the table setting and also the hints of blue and green shown in the patterned napkins. See more of the home’s transformation and read the full story online here or you can find the story in the May issue.
And for more color palettes like this one–complete with paint color details–check out other posts in the Color Coordinated series.
From editor in chief Diane Carroll: “Absolutely gorgeous! I’d be at home in any room in this house. Especially love that black and white breakfast room–so striking” (Dream home: Because it’s awesome” from La Dolce Vita)
From associate editor/online editor Paulette Pearson: “Little nesting tables are so pretty and functional… I’m partial to the glam gilded ones.” (“Nesting tables” from Bear-Hill Interiors)
From assistant art director/special projects editor Laura LaRue: “This picture makes me want to leave work right this second and tear up my kitchen and start renovating! It’s such a beautiful space!” (“Dear backsplash…” from Haven & Home)
From art director Mandy Keener: “WOW! Not sure if i like the furniture or the father/son collaboration more.” (“Lucas Maassen & Sons” from Miss Moss)
The At Home team had a fun surprise recently when we discovered that some of our local talent had been included in a new book, and a project featured in At Home had made the book as well!
So for today’s Room of the Week, here’s one of the rooms featured. It’s a favorite of ours as well, a breakfast room in a Little Rock home we featured here, designed by Kevin Walsh of Bear-Hill Interiors.
(room photography by Nancy Nolan)
Because it’s a room that gets daily use, he updated antique chairs with leather seats and white lacquer for easy upkeep. And since it’s a morning space, he added an eye-opening, cheerful wallpaper from Schumacher. Lovely spot for reading the paper and enjoying coffee and a croissant, isn’t it? Check out the gorgeous kitchen adjoining it here.
You can take a look inside the book online or check in with local booksellers to find a copy.