Pops of solid pink and blue hues adorn this otherwise white and neutral 1950s home in Markham, Ontario, Canada. The home belongs to the James family, and couple Lynne and Harry preferred to do a fresh renovation in lieu of moving houses. They brought in the expertise of designer Stacy McLennan to open up the space to feel bigger for their growing family. James beautifully restored the kitchen herself – opting for a baby blue cabinets, silver fixtures and an oversized sink. McLennan opened up the dining room to the living space.
The living room is mostly cream colored with a soft blue cushion on the bench near the window, a plaid pink lounging chair and foot rest, and a blue throw to rest over the white couch. The multi-colored beaded chandelier gives the room a fun and whimsical look. In the dining room, bright pink chairs rest around a natural wooden table. Bright blue curtains line the windows.
Overall, I love the look and color scheme of this home. It’s bright and fresh, with plenty of flowers!