Blue and brown is a classic color combination that works in pretty much any modern living room. If you're keeping your walls white and working with furniture pieces in the colors, start with the big upholstered pieces. A blue sofa is a functional anchor piece and a leather armchair will balance it out. Round it all out with other dark wood pieces and blue art, which will play up the color scheme even more!
If you’re in a small studio apartment, look for a sofa that matches the scale of your space. Many furniture brands offer “apartment” sizes of their furniture designs. These sofas pack a ton of style into compact frames, so they fit even the smallest spaces — like the Holloway Apartment Sofa by Joybird. Pair it with multi-functional pieces like this storage ottoman, which can go from a coffee table to an extra seat, along with offering some added storage!
When one spaces runs into the other, like the living room and bedroom in this studio apartment, there are creative ways to break it up! Here we used different rugs for each space, and while they subtle overlap, it helps visually divide the living spaces.
Sectionals add comfort and help shape large living rooms. Give yourself a chance to add interest to the shape by introducing unconventional pieces. A C-Table along with a rectangular coffee table can help add that special touch and unique style!
Oozing with creative feminine personality, this mid-century modern bright and cheerful bedroom can’t help but put a smile on your face! An artsy floral rug and bold pops color in the art and upholstery create a happy haven for the cheery mid-century modern enthusiast.
Liven up a modern living room with sparks of color! A sectional in a bold blue upholstery fabric brings a wow factor to this industrial space. Anchor the room with a geometric rug and a large abstract piece of art for an industrial edge.
This compact living space boasts a warm and inviting factor! Though it's an open living space, the sofa was used to break up the room, creating a more intimate seating area. By layering in a rug, this additionally anchors the living room, making it feel like it's own space within an open room.
When designing a living room with the kids in mind, start with the coffee table. Going with a round shape is a great option, being sure to avoid a glass top for tough play and durability. A mid-century sofa with a heavy-duty upholstery fabric allows for easy cleaning and keeps the piece looking new!
This traditional blue family room uses dark fabrics and durable kid-friendly materials like leather to create a space for you and your family to enjoy! The classical elements like the chesterfield sofa and club chairs elevate this space to feeling traditional and classic yet still livable. The chandelier helps to complete the entire look!
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