Cactus

Industrial Cactus Office

Industrial Cactus Office

If you are limited on space for an office, consider "zoning" an area of the living-room for your workspace. Zoning - means separating areas by function. The trend has become famous thanks to the popularity of open floor plans

Eclectic Bedroom with Green and Pink Color Scheme

Eclectic Bedroom with Green and Pink Color Scheme

A great way to bring together an assortment of eclectic items is by sticking to one or two colors that tie everything together. In this bedroom our designer chose pink and green to create a sense of harmony amongst the collected feeling items in the space.

Pattern Play: Eclectic Black And White

Pattern Play: Eclectic Black And White

Notice all of the black and white patterns that jump out. All of these different lines, shapes, and prints are what make this style feel fun and free. Work your way up to full-on eclectic by starting out with a fun rug and adding vases to the table on top.

Greenery in a Minimalist Office

Greenery in a Minimalist Office

A great way to add some life to your sleek and modern office is by adding plants! Putting your favorite plants in baskets like this Dracaena Tree from Sage & Silk is the perfect way to add a touch of rustic eclectic style to your office. A cactus is also another great staple!

Outside Inspiration: Natural Instincts

Outside Inspiration: Natural Instincts

We wanted to bring nature into this space for an inspired outdoor look. Hanging art on both sides of the window looks balanced and clean. Along with using natural fibers, we added a couple of plants as well.

Muted Tones

Muted Tones

Even in an earth tone space, color can be the main event. Just think of color in a less vibrant, more natural, muted sense. Clays, terracottas, mustards, dirty blues, and dark oranges are perfect colors to start with.

Mid-Century Mod Entry With A Blush Boho Vibe

Mid-Century Mod Entry With A Blush Boho Vibe

This blush cactus inspired entry gives all the warm and soft boho vibes to a classic mid-century modern space.  Simple styling in the space brings your focus to the beautiful artwork and mid-century modern furniture pieces.  Using blush in both the artwork and accent chair brings just enough soft color to create a warm and inviting entry.

Eclectic Entryway Essentials

Eclectic Entryway Essentials

Creating the perfect entryway area that feels both functional and stylish is as easy as 1, 2, 3. For seating, you can tuck away stools like these stylish fur pieces, then place any planters you have into woven baskets to create a look that feels complete and cohesive. Adorn your entryway console table with a textured table lamp!

Upholstered Armchair: Rustic Charm

Upholstered Armchair: Rustic Charm

Merging plush comfort with the tailored silhouette of mid-century modern seating, this armchair is an instant classic. A layered sheepskin and wool rug bring added colorful texture to this little reading nook. Add a small side table for that end of day glass of wine or bourbon.

An Eclectic Earth-Toned Entryway

An Eclectic Earth-Toned Entryway

This entryway uses earth tones to create a design that feels boho, organic, and airy. Statement pieces like the wooden wall clock next to the fireplace add a welcoming touch of rustic to your design.

Enclosed Storage And Office Bar

Enclosed Storage And Office Bar

Drinks are always a cordial way to greet clients and guests. Having an office bar with a decanter and glasses displayed beautifully, show hospitality. The large cabinet with doors is a great way to store books and documents without looking messy.

A Bohemian Eclectic Welcome

A Bohemian Eclectic Welcome

Blues, greys, and earth tones create a calming yet fun entryway design. The greens and earth-tone colors from the rug really help to sell that boho vibe as well. Don’t forget to add plenty of greenery!

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