When you think about it a home's front door is similar to a greeting or handshake from a person you have meet for the first time. It gives you a glimpse into the nature of the home within. With this being said, you have to agree that Jordan Lund's front door makes a great first impression. The color alone immediately draws you in and makes you begin to envision what is on the other side of the door.
For Jordan, of the IG account JorDecor, her home is her canvas. The place where she expresses herself and dreams up new projects to tackle. It is also where she bases her decorating and craft business of the same name. The home itself is a 1930's New England Cape Cod with plenty of architectural charm. It's interior is primarily neutral with a few splashes of color, specifically in the living room where the walls are painted a cheery aqua. The open concept kitchen/dining room continues that color scheme with neutral walls and aqua accents. On one wall a drying rack serves to display Jordan's plentiful supply of coffee mugs, each with their own slogan. Classic features like hardwood flooring, crown moulding and curved doorways flow from one room to another. As you take a virtual stroll through the Lund home be sure to take note of the unique furniture and decorative elements that Jordan has created. One in particular, a boy's dresser (seen below), is especially creative.
A large kitchen island serves as transitional point between the kitchen area and dining room.
The dining room features a gorgeous farmhouse table complete with a set of wicker chairs.
Colorful crates hide DVD's, remotes and those things that are best kept hidden in the living room.
The living room's curtains establish the bright color scheme for this welcoming space.
One of Jordan's projects, this dresser is perfect for the boy who is a fan of the ball diamond.
Nestled beneath a sloped ceiling, the master bed is designed with a checkered duvet and lots of comfy accent pillows.
Do you love to play with color in your home, just like JorDecor? Take a moment to tell your friends about this cheerful Cape Cod home.