The Results Are In! See House & Home’s Most Popular Rooms Of 2019
For the third year in a row, we opened it up to readers to vote for House & Home’s best spaces of 2019. Two charming homes by Sarah Richardson Design and a show-stopping abode by H&H‘s Ones To Watch designers Carey Mudford and Erin Coe captured our readers’ hearts. Click through the gallery to find out which kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, entryway, living room and dining room won the most votes this year!
Your Favorite Kitchen Of 2019
Carey and Erin know how to turn a kitchen into a conversation-worthy design moment. “We framed the window including the jamb in a slab material,” says Carey of the heavily-veined marble backsplash backlit with LEDs. Plus, a black vent hood creates a spot for the eye to rest.
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Your Favorite Bathroom Of 2019
A well-placed soaker tub is situated to best capture the lush view in this Toronto bathroom. A roomy walk-in shower — clad in marble — houses a matching bench for visual flow and ample accessibility.
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Your Favorite Bedroom Of 2019
This charming country bedroom bedecked in floral wallpaper in Nashville, Tennessee, gets an old-fashioned treatment from designer Sarah Richardson. The headboard is covered in a creamy chenille, and the California shutters are layered with handkerchief linen for softness.
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Your Favorite Living Room Of 2019
Sarah masters livable luxury in this sweet family living room. She gave the space a much-needed facelift with purely aesthetic changes — no renovation required. “A hooked rug mixes with chunky wooden stools and painted furniture (many pieces consignment store finds) to give the space a casual, inviting look,” says Sarah.
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Your Favorite Dining Room Of 2019
Designers Tommy Smythe and Linsday Mens Craig of Sarah Richardson Design divided one large formal dining room in this Connecticut seaside home into a sitting area, using contrasting rugs and light fixtures.
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Your Favorite Entryway Of 2019
With a few aesthetic changes, Sarah turned a dated foyer into a storied space — no renovation required. An antique-washed rug and playful paisley drapery keep the dark wood floors from feeling stuck-in-the-past.
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