Home Decorations: Browns

There are new homes being built in the community just north of where I live.  These homes are small as well and have the hiked up prices just the same.  The square footage run about 1400 sq. ft. up to about 2200 sq. ft.  I personally loved the sizes but husband thinks they’re too small.  I’m not too fond of brown paint in the house but the way these ones were decorated, they didn’t seem so bad.  It was actually comforting and warm.

Entry hallway: I love the simplicity of this hallway.  What really caught my eyes were the candle scones.  I’d like something like that in my home’s hallway.

Great room: This photo was very dark so I had to brighten it up a lot.  I wanted to just show the window, curtains, and decor.  This is similar to how I’d want the large windows in the great room in my home to look like.  I also like the contrast between the beige and brown walls.  Maybe I’ll consider painting the room similarly but with different colors.

Great room 2nd view: This view is of the same room above except I focused to the left more.  It looks really busy but the colors all go together so it’s actually pretty nice.

Master bedroom 1: This was the master bedroom of the first house (of 3 houses I saw).  The walls were painted an olive green which I thought made the room lively.

Master bedroom 2: This bedroom was nice.  It looks warm and cozy.  The walls were painted a charcoal-like color.  Normally, I would not like a dark color like this in the bedroom but somehow this didn’t look so bad.

Master bedroom 3: This bedroom was okay.  I really liked the headboard.

Dining room:  This dining room was tiny but cute.  I like how simple yet elegant the chandelier is.

Wall art:  It’s so important to have wall art in the home.  I have none right now in my home but that’s because I am clueless as to what I should put up.  I love seeing these large framed art in these homes.  I think I take more time looking at the wall art than anything else.  ♥

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