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A Living Room Full Of California Cool

A Living Room Full Of California Cool

The furniture in this space takes its cues from mid-century design, with sleek frames and clean lines, while the stone fireplace and ceiling beams offer a bit of rustic flair. The result? A living room that is full of California cool.

Build a Bar Open Concept Eating Area

Build a Bar Open Concept Eating Area

This basement living room needed some additional seating and a place for eating. The designer was clever and placed two console tables side by side with some stools behind the sectional in view of the tv and voila dinner and a show.

Line Expression: Industrial Dining

Line Expression: Industrial Dining

Combine different lines for an expressive look. For more structure, the carpet and sideboard designs are geometric. For fluidity, an abstract painting is full of motion. Putting both of these components together in a room creates an interesting contrast.

Clean And Polished Industrial

Clean And Polished Industrial

In an industrial space, sometimes simplicity is the way to go. Sure, it would be fun to mix and match dining room seating for a unique look, but with so many pieces focused online, it’s nice to have some order. In this design, simple wooden chairs with a metal base make the seating arrangement look clean and pulled together.

Industrial Abstraction

Industrial Abstraction

For a bold mix of sophistication and drama, a jewel-toned industrial dining room is the way to go. In the center, is a large table filled with urban abstract lines with a contemporary touch. The darker chairs surrounding the table really pop as they contrast every hue in the room.

Rustic Meets Coastal: Living Room

Rustic Meets Coastal: Living Room

Add some cute coastal vibes to your space this spring with textured pillows, a jute-wrapped mirror, and some art to match. We can feel the sand between our toes already!

TV Tips

TV Tips

Sometimes you don't want your TV to be the focal point of the room. Angling it away from a corner helps deemphasize it without anyone needing to crane their head on movie night.

Bringing The Outdoors In: Rustic Living

Bringing The Outdoors In: Rustic Living

Large windows in a room can truly bring the outdoors into your living space. It allows the world outside the window to be an extension of the room. Placing greenery in the actual living room makes the whole space feel organic.

Mustard Goes With Everything

Mustard Goes With Everything

The color, not the condiment! Add an unexpected twist to a rustic living room by ditching the typical palette.

Neutral With A Pop

Neutral With A Pop

If you're feeling squeamish about color, there's no rule that says it has to be permanent. A vase of brightly colored flowers will do the trick!

Coastal Details: Rustic Charm

Coastal Details: Rustic Charm

The key to nailing this rustic look is in the details. Weathered wood, deep blues, jute, and sandy neutrals. Perfect!

Symmetry Sans Matchy-Matchy

Symmetry Sans Matchy-Matchy

Two artful mirrors offer interest and some symmetry. Lots of pillows make the simple silhouette of the sofa feel even plusher. A drum coffee table and stunning architectural lamps are the finishing touches.

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