The task of decorating a mix-use space can be daunting if you need to combine two rooms in one but don't want to skimp on style. An excellent solution to creating an area that is functional and fashionable is selecting light-colored furniture with slender and or simple silhouettes. These simplistic forms will give the space an open and modern chic feel and allowing you to bring two room types together seamlessly.
It seems more people are working from home than ever before. That means many people have to share a workspace with a partner, child, or roommate. To ensure you and your new office mates get off on the right foot and stay there, try picking a common interest and incorporating it into your decor. The vintage-inspired wall art in this space looks great with the shiplap. It could also be a wonderful reminder of shared interest for two science buffs or history lovers. Keeping the atmosphere at the office light and friendly.
One challenge for a mixed-use space is zoning it in a way that allows for separate functions to not interfere with one another. For example, in this room, we needed to have both an office and a living space, but we didn't want to worry about work when watching a movie, or dream of the couch when we were hard at work. To solve this dilemma, we simply placed a shelf, slightly taller than the desk, between the two spaces and Voilà, out of sight out of mind.
Want to add an air of formality to your contemporary dining space? Try placing upholstered chairs at your table's head. They'll recall dinner parties of a more romantic era, making each meal feel like a fancy affair.
As at home studies become increasingly common many people are looking for practical ways to incorporate study areas into their space. Breakfast nooks can be a great place to add such a space into your home. In this design, we've added a bar cart for storing textbooks and a corkboard for keeping things organized, and just like that, schools in session.
Classic meets traditional in this open plan layout. A slope armed sofa combined with a traditional coffee table sets the tone for the living room. Blue patterned chairs and a stunning chandelier in the dining room add in a classic twist and timeless appeal.
For many families having a designated school work area has become a necessary part of domestic life. If you don't have space in your kid's bedroom for a desk, you may need them to use the dining table for their school work. A great way to embrace the home classroom in style is to consider incorporating an academic theme into your dinging design. Here we've added vintage-inspired alphabet wall art, a globe, and an organizational chubby to integrate the classroom tastefully into the dining room.
What's not to love about this open modern living space? The sunroom flows naturally into the living and dining space, aided by a cohesive neutral color scheme. The varying shades of white, beige and grey are offset by an edgy pop of black which takes this open living and dining room to a whole other level!
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.
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