A Serene Blue and Green Home by Amy Berry

A Serene Blue and Green Home by Amy Berry

Over the weekend I stumbled upon a project by Amy Berry, entitled Shenandoah, that I hadn’t seen before. The home is filled with soft greens and blues and Berry’s fresh trademark approach on neutral, traditional interiors. And did I mention one of the prettiest dining rooms and laundry rooms I have ever seen?! What better way to start off the week?

P.S. You can find a “How To Get The Look” at the end of the post!

The bold, red global artwork is a beautiful and unexpected accent

These Mughal print pillows are always a favorite

Texture and a mixture of neutral tones and patterns create a serene and calming living room

Pretty details

How divine is this dining room?!

Jib door? Yes please!
A lovely view into the kitchen

The clean lines and classic details of this kitchen are timeless

I also adore the unexpected pairing of blue and orange

The perfect sunny space to start the day

I cannot get enough of the color of the cabinets in this butler’s pantry

Built-ins that are beautifully styled while also providing additional, chic storage space to hide toys

An all time favorite foyers

A bright blue table lamp adds a pop of color and ties in with the window treatments

The master has a more contemporary feel

The soft lilac and periwinkle in this corner are the sweetest feminine touch. I also love the arm detail on the chair!

A laundry room to die for!

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1 Comment

  1. Caroline
    October 17, 2019 / 12:49 pm

    Love this post… one thing is I don’t think the link to the rug works!

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