Antiques don't always have to be statement pieces. Sometimes incorporating antique furniture as a subtle accent is just the thing. Below, we’re using an antique trunk as a coffee table. And a coffee table with built-in storage, no less! As a whole, the room is a mix of modern and traditional lines, so this trunk blends in quite naturally.
This Mid-Century Modern living room is the picture of uniformity. With sofas mirrored and chairs evenly spaced, this room boasts eye-pleasing symmetry. Large plants in each corner round out the design and add height and dimension to the room.
They say two heads are better than one and this room proves the same rule goes for rugs. The twin rugs make the space feel cozy and open. The gray walls are so soothing and the geometric pattern of the rugs add a fun quality the space.
In this Hollywood Regency living room, you'll find furniture with vintage forms—like a rolled-arm chesterfield sofa—but in updated upholstery, like a luxe velvet. Curved forms and tufting are perfect in a Hollywood Regency-style room.The symmetrical layouts help add to the formality of this style, while pops of brass add warmth and a sense of luxury.
Neutral and cozy! This living room is modern, welcoming and feminine. The neutral tones of the Ravine Home sofa and Vanesa Accent Chairs in Smoke Grey by Neuvo are contrasted by the gold shine of the coffee tables. The soft hand-loomed rug anchors the whole seating arrangement, adding a polishing touch.
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