If you want to add impact to your space without going overboard, consider pairing simple forms and intricate materials. A burlwood console, woven top stool, and marble accents have organic textures that feel ornate and interesting without overpowering the space in this image. The marble themed wall art echos the decor's organic materials, providing an extra level of interest.
Let your dining room space be your invitation to unwind in style. In this dining room, luxe materials like marble and brass invite you in, and the upholstered chairs ask you to relax awhile and stay for a drink.
One of the great things about mid-century modern design, like the furniture in this dining room, is that it's both stylish and easy to care for. Mid-century modern pieces typically have smooth finishes, are made with sturdy materials, and have high, slender legs, making them great for wiping down, sweeping under, and looking good.
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.
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.
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