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."

Cheery Colors

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."