Clean lines and rustic materials come together in the bedroom for a vibe that's equal parts edgy and cozy. To get a similar look in your space, try pairing organic materials like a woven cane (seen on the headboard) with graphic patterns and simple foundational furniture in dark tones.
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.
Creating a sense of intimacy amongst dinner guests is a great way to ensure lasting memories. So it's good to pull out all the stops for with a lovely tablescape that not only impresses guests but gives them something to talk about as well. Sticking to a less traditional, more modern style ensures the table doesn't feel too stuffy or formal, which will help guests relax.
Let's be honest, work is hard, but we all have to pay the bills. To make the WFH life a little less challenging, we suggest creating an office space that inspires you. Fill your home office area with beautiful art, your favorite books, or cherished keepsakes that remind you to stay committed to the daily grind so you can enjoy the things you love. And remember, if you need a little guidance figuring out how to make all your interests fit together in one space, we're here to help.
They say that the family that plays together stays together. With many families preparing for another year of homeschooling due to COVID-19 we'd suggest that the family work well together stay together. We put together this home works space with a dining table as a desk, so everyone in the family can work in tandem.
Have tall ceilings? Love mid-century design? Pair a classically modern storage piece like this one with an extra-tall plant and oversized abstract art diptych to create a statement in your living room! A pastel palette will keep it from being overly dramatic.
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