Country Living’s 2010 House of the Year, Home Green Home, is the result of a dynamic collaboration between New World Home and interior designer Katie Ridder. This prefab cottage packs a punch of country charm into only 1,607 square feet. And every inch is delicately designed from floor to ceiling.
A warm organic wallpaper in the foyer grabs attention upon entering the home. Next you might notice chicken wire has been added to the seemingly simple white cabinets for texture and dimension. And the soft light in the room is spilling out of the recycled-aluminum light fixture.
The kitchen has a bright country charm with antique white beadboard cabinets and a white apron-front sink. The focal point of the room is awarded to the stunning barn-wood island, rugged with a cool hue.
Multiple prints were framed from Art Forms in Nature to create an intriguing climb to the second floor.
The beadboard in the master bedroom was installed horizontally to make the room appear wider.
This closet is to die for! The built-ins, crafted from 100 percent post-consumer wood fiber, provide practical yet stylish organization. Overall the space radiates a vintage feel through the wall paper and accessories.
The master bathroom is full of quaint charm. The mirrors are framed with old-fashioned bourbon barrels and the vanity is a refinished dresser.
Lilac paint camouflages the storage built-ins in the guest room giving the illusion of more space. Tucked in the corner, the adorable chair was revived with new upholstery.
The sunshine streams in the screened wraparound porch making it the perfect place to put your feet up and relax.
Vintage wallpaper, a white pedestal sink and old fashion fixtures make this powder room captivating.
The home is eco-friendly and oh so charming!