Console Table Styling

At Home Around the Herath

At Home Around the Herath

This cozy living room may be tight on space, but the design is big on heart. Because the furniture layout draws the eye directly towards the fireplace, Placing a large circular mirror above the fireplace not only draws more attention to it but also makes the room seem less snug by reflecting light and creating a sense of depth.

Homerun Fireside Viewing


Homerun Fireside Viewing

This living room layout hits all the bases when it comes to meeting your needs. The cozy sectional provides a view of the TV, window, and fireplace. Meanwhile, the circular coffee table literally cuts corners making the space seem larger while ensuring nobody bumps a knee on a sharp edge. Yes, this layout knocks it out of the park when it comes to functional comfort.

A Credenza Bar

A Credenza Bar

A super simple way to rig up a handsome bar in your home is to use a credenza to double as a cocktail crafting station. It’s kind of like a bar cabinet already so it makes sense to stash your bottles in the cabinets and add a tray on top with glasses and other barware. This is a great way to make use of this key storage piece that you likely already have at home.

Gold but Not Too Bold

Gold but Not Too Bold

Trust us. We love a bit of drama in design, but sometimes less IS more. Take this contemporary living room tableau. Each shape is so strong the space doesn't call for a ton of ornamentation or flashy colors, yet the toches of pale gold add subtle warmth bringing a beautiful finish to the area.

An Industrial Glam Entryway

An Industrial Glam Entryway

We kept things very simple in this industrial glam entryway. With large, heavy furniture and minimal styling, it glides seamlessly into the living room while still making a statement on its own.

Traditional Entryway with Elegant Minimal Styling

Traditional Entryway with Elegant Minimal Styling

This entryway has a pared-back style that lets it's individual components shine. The elegant arched mirrors and ornately detailed end table are so dynamic that they don't require extra frills.

Transitional Entryway in Cool Blue Green

Transitional Entryway in Cool Blue Green

This transitional style entryway sets a relaxing and tranquil tone upon entering. The blue-green walls are strong, and the pops of hues in the mirror, rug, and lamp are so inviting.

Refreshing Blue Mid-Century Modern

Refreshing Blue Mid-Century Modern

Check out this refreshing blue open living-dining room filled with classic charm and functional comfort. Two sofas, large coffee table, bar-cart, and console table fill this room with funtional Mid-Century charm.

Eclectic Style Entryway with Chraming Collection of Homegoods

Eclectic Style Entryway with Chraming Collection of Homegoods

An eclectic selection of items in your entryway can add a charming and welcoming appeal to your space that makes it lovely to come home to. Here the Modsy designer chose goods that complement each other in color but have different style influences, creating a collected and cozy vibe.

Spring Entryway: Modern Rustic

Spring Entryway: Modern Rustic

If you love modern design but you want something a bit homier, try a modern rustic style! This look mixes modern forms and ideas with rustic materials to create an on-trend and cozy space.

Elegant Mid-Century Boho Dining Room

Elegant Mid-Century Boho Dining Room

this dining room was designed to be both sleek and relaxed. We paired vintage-style dining table with mid-century-inspired dining chairs to create the perfect balance of old and new.

The Office: Kelly's Home Office

The Office: Kelly's Home Office

What would Kelly Kapoor have in her home office? Shopping backs from the Steamtown mall, and cupcakes of course! Her office would also be inspired by all her favorite celebrities, with a dash of drama.

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