We love the way a black and white color palette makes an impact in a neutral living room. A conversational seating arrangement is created with a modern sofa in a light upholstery fabric paired with black leather chairs for contrast. A shag rug adds a boho touch to the space!
A sophisticated boho-inspired living room. If you're looking to create a casual seating area with a moody feel, try a neutral palette with high levels of contrast. Here dark accents can be seen through out the space specifiacally on the fireplace and windows for an unexpected pop of drama!
A modern blue bedroom. This sleek modern bedroom is complete with blue accents for a classic cool look. Here the large geometric abstract art and wall sconces draw your eye up, making the room appear larger while the dark rug and dresser ground the space.
We all deserve a space that's just for relaxing in. For some people, that space is a big bed for sleeping-in or a large sectional for hanging out with friends and family, while for others, that area is a cozy reading nook where they can escape into a good read. If you're a book worm with a yen for comfy spaces, we suggest filling your reading space with the following amenities: A stylish reading chair, baskets to store crafts, close proximity to shelving for your favorite books, and super cozy rugs under foot.
Black and white color palettes can make a room feel bold and exciting. But, sometimes, this high contrast color combo needs some softer accents to make them more inviting. Consider using light wood finishes, to add a welcoming organic feel to your bold B&W space.
Fireplaces can be a great gathering place in your home, but they can sometimes look a little gloomy when the fire's not lit. To get your fireplace feeling warm when the fires out fill the surrounding space with eye-catching wall art and soft, supple textiles that will make you feel cozy and captivated.
Hygge, a Danish word that sums up a sense of coziness and well-being, has been a popular concept in the interior design world for some time. We can understand why, with the style's hallmark use of organic textures, airy color schemes, and soft lighting alternatives, a hygge designed space, like this living room, is sure to bring a feeling of comfort to anyone who finds themselves in it.
This cozy dining room has such a wonderfully uncomplicated feel. The simple forms of foundational furniture, such as the lovely Wishbone dining chairs (a hallmark of Danish mid-century-modern design), make the space feel casual and elegant at the same time.
Less can often be more, as it directs the eye to focus on a few larger investment pieces which make a bold statement. To achieve this bedroom look, consider a simple neutral color palette with high contrast. Opt for oversized art above your bed to bring the eye up and make your space feel large and luxe.
A lot of people think that you have to go full Mad Men to have a Mid-Century-Modern space. But there are more subtle ways to add the classic style to your home. For example, this living room space blends Mid-Century-Modern elements with an eclectic and contemporary flourish. The tapered legs of the coffee table or the tripod lamp in the corner are pure Mid-Century-Modern, but when paired with a contemporary white sectional, they feel both subtle and up to date.
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