This colorful bedroom is nothing short of a dream. With it's bohemian touches and beautiful color palette, the atmosphere is inspiring in itself. We love the simple but functional work station near the bed; it's perfect for working right in the natural light!
Greens in any combination of shades and hues look aesthetically pleasing when paired with natural textures and materials like wood, animal hide, leather, etc. It gives off a look and feel of airy, outdoors, woodsy, warm and natural. Mix dark, deep paint colors, some camel leather and a touch of metals to give off a more masculine side of a rustic living room.
This neutral living room has many traditional elements that create a stylish room that will never go out of style. The clean lines of the sofa and coffee table are accented by the ornate details in the side tables. They all work together to create a chic yet traditional living room!
This traditional bedroom is all drama in wood, black and white! Bring life to dark wood by going with a headboard with detailed craftsmanship. This power headboard is balanced with an assortment of decorative pillows and a luxurious duvet.
Bring in a subtly printed throw pillow to balance your headboard. In this traditional bedroom, we have repeated the pattern of the headboard by using a diamond pattern. We have also employed a floral in blue to add depth and interest.
This space is sure to transport you to paradise. By layering soft varying tones of woods paired with greenery and dense patterns we were able to bring the outdoors inside. The bright blue banquette grounds the space with the perfect amount of color.
Combine two styles for one amazing look. In this design, you'll notice the organic shaping and textures of the boho decor mix with the boldness of mid-century design. Mix mid-century with jute, wood, and yarn materials to achieve this look.
Dark woods and muted patterns are the perfect starter pack to any traditionally designed room. The layering of pillows bot only softens the visual weight of the wood headboard but creates an opportunity for texture and pattern.