Warm textures and earth tones are a great way to bring depth to a minimalist space. Add simple lighting like the wall sconce that can move wherever you need it. Abstract art and geometric printed pillows can add dimension while still staying true to minimalist styling.
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.
We love the way a bookshelf can anchor a design. They are a wonderfully functional staple in any room, but they can quickly improve the look and feel of a space with some cleverly placed decorative items, as seen in the arrangement. They are providing a beautiful backdrop for the entire living room.
Mid-Century Modern design doesn't have to be done in all neutrals. Try incorporating color into key pieces like these blue dining chairs in this space. To create a big impact paint an accent wall in a fun bold color!
Basement living areas can often feel dark and gloomy due to small windows and a lack of light. Instead of filling the space with artificial lighting, try to brighten the space with lively geometric patterns in high contrast colors.
Classic meets traditional in this open plan layout. A slope armed sofa combined with a traditional coffee table sets the tone for the living room. Blue patterned chairs and a stunning chandelier in the dining room add in a classic twist and timeless appeal.
Sometimes the best way to make a statement is to pick one strong idea and commit to it. Here we decided to lean into gold in a big way, and it paid off. That's because we kept the rest of the colors in the space neutral really allowing the gold to shine.
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