Having an interior design scheme that feels dramatic, or even a bit austere can be great, but you don't have to forgo a sense of fun to have an elegant space! In this room, small details add an air of joy. Take, for example, the leopard-patterned accent table, or the curious apothecary-style turtle shell wall art.
Using soft colors, we used the cream-colored side tables to offset the room. Textiles and fabrics are also tactile and elegant, helping with the traditional look of this dining room. The decor and element throughout the room are inviting yet kid-friendly.
This Caldwell 5-Drawer Desk in Washed Grey from Jofran, along with the chest, sets the mood of this rustic styled office. The distressed look of the table and chest complements the whitewashed finished lamp and antiqued washed rug to elevate the rustic look; the pop of green in art and accessories adds calmness.
The grey wash wood finish mirror is impressive with its delicate antique silver metal insert details infusing a unique flair. A glamorous chandelier with a distressed metal chain and ceiling plate, is made of wood beads and antique white finish for the ultimate statement piece. Plants are the soul of the room making it feel grounded.
The eclectic style is all about the unexpected. Why not add in a storage piece that will immediately be a conversation starter! The tall, textured lines draw attention to the end of the hallway and draw the eye along the length of the corridor.
This transitional living room is full of contemporary and classic elements. The glass-doored bookcase has an antique vibe, but with modern lines it fits right into this space. And this unique coffee table is a conversation waiting to happen.
An eclectic entry doesn’t have to be cluttered and chaotic. A kind of eclectic can be found through striking a balance between cool industrial vibes and weathered, diverse pieces. This can be achieved through cleverly placed wall art and unique, yet cohesive furniture.
An important yet often forgotten design trick is to add furniture and accessories of varying height into an entry room design. Layering wall art, mirrors and adding in a tall plant are great ways to draw the eye up and make your entry design look larger than it is.
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