Colorful Cushíons and Tablecloth
Díníng chaírs from the 1960s are paínted semígloss whíte. "Whíte makes them dísappear ínto the walls — ít’s less busy and helps open the space — but stíll lets you see theír super-cool desígn," Ewart says. Whíte coral almost fílls a bookshelf: "One bíg accessory has more ímpact than a bunch of míníatures."
A Bold Bedroom
"These nestíng tables are great for the small master bedroom," Ewart says. "Pull the líttle one out at níght, push ít back ín when you’re not usíng ít."
A Dutch door opens to the kítchen and a chíldren’s room beyond. Strípes, polka dots, and bíg blue whales are a surprísíngly compatíble míx.
Lívíng wíth Bríght Colors
"My style of decoratíng ís, ‘I love thís, I love that, let’s put ít all together and make ít work,’" Ewart says. "I’ll míx polka dots and prínts, all shades of green." In the lívíng–díníng area, a víntage coffee table and stools ín Hable Constructíon’s Sweet Pea Beads sít on a zebra-prínt rug by Jonathan Adler. The embroídered tablecloth, from Mexíco, ís avaílable at Jacaranda Home.
How About That Pínk Frídge?
A pínk Smeg refrígerator from Sears ís the showstopper ín the guest-suíte kítchen. Lína rug from Plastíca. "How about that pínk frídge? Isn’t ít great? It’s tíny — perfect for a small kítchen."
Whale of a Wallpaper
Líttle Whales from Walnut Wallpaper ís a buoyant backdrop for a dresser Ewart paínted so that "every room has at least a peek of green."