This small 1930's 1,000 ft bungalow looks big and expensive
because of the way it's decorated.
Lizzie Carney, the owner painted all the walls a custom dark charcoal
and the floors a light gray.
The dark charcoal paint on the walls actually makes the rooms look larger
and creates a dramatic statement.
The whole home is painted this color which also makes it feel bigger.
I love the turquoise refrigerator she bought at an El Paso flea market
and the modern bar stools from IKEA mixed with all the antique stuff.
The chandelier came from Belgium and the island is from Euro Trash.
It incorporates parts from an antique sideboard.
Ms. Carney works as a designer/stylist for import firm Euro Trash.
This photo makes me wish I had a basement.
She turned her basement into a wine cellar slash dining room.
Stacked Belgian grape-gathering crates filled with wine line the walls.
Doesn't this look so chic?
This house only has two bedrooms. This is the master, simply stunning.
The comforter is from Anthropologie.
The second bedroom, she turned into a closet.
This is totally what I need to do with my second bedroom.
I need closet space so much more than I need a second bedroom.