Using airy home designs beginning from the large windows and the small furniture pieces to the light colored walls and reflective accessories. You can create such a look in your small, large, modern, or traditional home making use of Amy Tyndall Designs.
The high ceiling, large windows, and open design can provide your home an airy look easily. In The Weldon, the team of Amy Tyndall Design creates a modern airy look using beige walls, off-white sofa and chairs, and dark brown furniture in the living space. The minimalist kitchen is open to the living area, but the kitchen island separates them providing the place additional storage spaces. In the Garden Flat, the team uses the same colors with floor-to ceiling curtains and a pop of blue patterns to provide the place an eclectic look.
Even in the traditional open design plan, you can create an airy and interesting look. In Figure 8 Island Home, Amy Tyndall Design team tries to make use of the high beamed ceilings using patterned drum pendant lights with hardwood silver sage colored walls and walnut floor with a water based stain finish. The open design includes a living space, a dining area, and a kitchen, but the designers create a lovely focal point look above the fireplace.
In Carolina Bay, the team creates the same open design using khaki wall colors, grey seating furniture, and several windows with light colored roman shades. In addition to such neutral colors, they use red patterned accents in the seating and dining areas and green plants in the kitchen to refresh the look of the place.
If you have an access to the natural light and outdoor outstanding views, your home will look marvelous even without accessories. In Cabbage Inlet, the designers use large windows and skylights to collect the natural light and air most of the day.