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Small Wonders

Small Wonders

If you have a small dining room, keeping the decor on the minimal side can make your space feel bigger. Here, three minimally styled pieces with strong silhouettes add enough impact to the small dining corner space to keep it interesting without overwhelming the space.

Off the Wall

Off the Wall

A great way to keep your space feeling cohesive is matching your wall art and decor. In this dining room, bold abstract art in black and white is echoed in furniture with minimal silhouettes and colors reflecting the art's strong lines. A traditional rug and some natural wood-tones add a relaxed vibe and break up the black and white enough to keep the space from being too matchy-matchy.

Modern Rustic Hideaway

Modern Rustic Hideaway

Sit back and relax in your Modern Rustic Bedroom! The minimal color scheme and warm woods in this bedroom design make the space feel cozy and inviting. Streamlined furniture sticks to the modern style while the Austin Leather Swivel Chair by West Elm adds a pop of color and warmth! 

Home Gym in Blue Green

Home Gym in Blue Green

The color of the walls in this small space makes it seem more substantial and less catastrophic. Perfect for you keeping things breezy for your morning exercise.

A Burning Desire... For Comfort!

A Burning Desire... For Comfort!

Sometimes we want nothing more than to feel comforted by our surroundings. One of the best ways to get that sense of coziness in a contemporary space is to build a layout of classically inspired foundational pieces around your fireplace. This combo has a slightly nostalgic quality that will help you feel at ease.

Light and Airy Bedroom Design

Light and Airy Bedroom Design

The light touch of blush, green, and blue in the artwork above this MCM bed from Joybird create an overall light and airy vibe in this modern bedroom design. The blush ceramic table lamps also add to that vibe. Need creative ways to incorporate storage into a modern bedroom? Floating wall shelves are the way to go!

Boho Rustic Fall Entryway

Boho Rustic Fall Entryway

Rustic boho meet fall decor and we are here for it. With rich textures and nods to fall with a classic green and taupe palette, this style is timeless.

An Intentional Design For An Overlooked Space

An Intentional Design For An Overlooked Space

Not sure what to do with the transitional spaces in your open-concept home? Consider creating a little vignette to make that space feel intentional. All it takes is a console, some wall art, and perhaps even a pendant light overhead. Or create a gallery wall, anchored by a bench. (Or, in the case of this home, do both!) These types of design hacks make what could be an overlooked space feel designed and considered.

Mirror Images

Mirror Images

If you have an eclectic style sensibility but struggle to join your interests into a cohesive home design, you might want to try a symmetrical layout. Here a vintage-inspired rug, mid-century-modern style dinging chairs, and contemporary table and accents blend harmoniously, thanks to a mirror perfect symmetrical arrangement.

Let the Fall Festivities Begin

Let the Fall Festivities Begin

Fall is just around the corner, and that means the holidays are too. We know things might be looking a little different this year (2020 anyone?), but we still think that doing little things like setting up your dining table with festive fall decor can make this time feel more special.

Make a Grand Entrance

Make a Grand Entrance

Set the tone for your home with a boldly styled entryway that leaves a lasting impression. For this space, we selected traditional style foundational pieces that play up the drama of the shiplap walls and fill the whole space with historical appeal.

California Modern Living Room

California Modern Living Room

Comfort comes first in this California Modern living room, with the foundational elements of this space being comfortable and cozy. The high-contrast color palette and mix of materials helps bring to life the mix of modern and rustic elements in this space. But there’s a beautiful balance between the two styles, so neither style dominates the look. Eclectic elements give this space an approachable, personalized vibe.

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