This is our idea of a refined-rustic farmhouse living room that would make Chip and Joanna Gaines proud. From the symmetrical white sofas and the rattan side tables to the arched mirror and display cabinet, all the pieces in this open living room nail the rustic comfort look. If you're looking for a living room layout that always works, this is it.
Need a small room to feel bigger? Add a few mirrors around the room to help reflect light and give the illusion of a larger space. In this modern bedroom, the use of oversized mirrors above the nightstand and the large floor mirror do the trick!
Pastels aren't just for kids anymore! This modern bedroom adds minimal pops of pastel pink in decorative accessories, which freshens up the room in a sophisticated way. Adding large mirrors to either side of the bed creates an unexpected focal point while making the room appear larger. Layer in some of your favorite artwork and knick-knacks for a personal touch and get ready to fall in love with your bedroom!
To walk into this black and white modern bedroom would be a dream come true, wouldn't it? Don't worry, you can easily achieve this look at home! Keep the overall tone neutral and add the black for contrast to elevate the design.
An oft-overlooked place to set up a bar is your fireplace mantel! This long, narrow surface is a great place for a cocktail center and it can be a fun way to encourage guests to mingle throughout the space. It works both if you’re really tight on space or if you just want a creative way to display your cocktails!
This entryway has so many exciting elements that draw you in thanks to its components' ornamental quality. The carved spindle legs of the furniture, the painted and gilded mirror, and traditional style rug all add up to one very enticing design.
When designing an entryway, it's important to select furniture that will compliment your space rather than compete with it. For this entryway, the designer chose streamlined mid-century-modern pieces with minimal adornment and don't steal attention away from those stunning shiplap walls. Additionally, the large arched mirror reflects the light coming in from the French doors and fills the space with summertime sunshine!
Sometimes you find a piece of antique furniture that’s such a show-stopper, you have to use it as the centerpiece of your space. That’s how we felt with this classic buffet table. But even statement pieces have to go with the design of the rest of the room. In this case, we placed the buffet in the dining room, alongside a modern marble table and upholstered dining chairs. The sleek forms of both balance out the ornateness of the buffet.
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