In this modern living room, the furniture almost feels like it is floating. This is done by having very small legs on every piece. With the smaller legs, it allows you to see to the other side of the room with very little interruptions giving you the feeling of everything floating.
If you like entertaining, you probably want surface space for setting up a bar, buffet, or snack station for your guests. Adding a large console table to your dining area can help ensure you have the surface space for any event accouterments and enough storage to hide it all away when you're done.
You've heard it before; there's nothing as important as a good night's rest. If you agree, you might want to consider investing in a statement-making four-poster bed that will add a sense of ceremony to your nightly slumber.
This Mid-Century Modern living room is the picture of uniformity. With sofas mirrored and chairs evenly spaced, this room boasts eye-pleasing symmetry. Large plants in each corner round out the design and add height and dimension to the room.
Let's be honest, work is hard, but we all have to pay the bills. To make the WFH life a little less challenging, we suggest creating an office space that inspires you. Fill your home office area with beautiful art, your favorite books, or cherished keepsakes that remind you to stay committed to the daily grind so you can enjoy the things you love. And remember, if you need a little guidance figuring out how to make all your interests fit together in one space, we're here to help.
For those who have a standard rectangular or square living room layout, you can easily rearrange one wall to incorporate a workspace for homeschooling that’s in line with the rest of your decor. Rather than section off your office area, this is all about integrating it into your room.
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