Here is an example of the darker wood ceiling. In principle, I really like this, however, our ceiling, although steepled, is not actually that high. I worry it would make it feel even shorter. The more I think about it, the more I feel that the darker wood would really darken up the house. So if we were to paint, maybe all white is the way to go, to brighten up the house.
I think this is an interesting example of the wood ceiling/white walls combo (although the wood here is a bit lighter and a hair more red - maybe a bit too "island" vibes). Also a cool wood fan. I don't really like the "beige" themed furniture - I would prefer to go with whites and colors, but I think the wood can work, or rather, let's work with it.
I like this chair!
I like these two wooden chairs but not the color of the pillows
Like the white couch, white chairs, and fawn chair
Orang-y wood with terracotta tilework. Trying to find inspiration on how to work with the orange wood.
Yes let's use l lots of plants!
So, here is an example of painted wood roof. I can't help but feel that the wood painted white gives a distinct beach house glam/cottage feel. Which I don't want. Not that it's not nice mind, but this isn't a Hamptons beach house, so it shouldn't feel like one.
clean, light, elegant cool bugs!
Art wall is cool - my husband would, naturally, hate it.
Use of plants and tribal print accents
Living room warmth and lived-in feel