We love the idea of adding a reading nook to your bedroom for an extra space to unwind at the end of the day. And you don’t have to have a lot of space to do this! A single chair and a basket for books is all you really need. Though a rug for coziness and to section off that space certainly doesn’t hurt!
Greens in any combination of shades and hues look aesthetically pleasing when paired with natural textures and materials like wood, animal hide, leather, etc. It gives off a look and feel of airy, outdoors, woodsy, warm and natural. Mix dark, deep paint colors, some camel leather and a touch of metals to give off a more masculine side of a rustic living room.
This small nook is the perfect place to get cozy and read your favorite book! The deep armchair is extremely comfortable and great for relaxing. The small side table is just the right size for a warm cup of coffee. Also, the short bookcase can be used to store your books, collectibles or even kid toys!
Brown cowhide rugs and pieces with bronze or brass finishes go a long way to adding warmth in a black and white entryway design. Incorporating brown or distressed leather through accent chairs or sofas in your design is also a great way to warm up a black and white coastal look!
This living room strikes the perfect balance of comfort and drama. The neutral sofa and chair are perfect for curling up and relaxing in with transitional lines. Bold patterns in the pillows and accent pieces are a great way to add style that can be easily swapped out over time.
This large open living room is both perfect for entertaining and everyday lounging. Using a large sectional and two side chairs create a large conversational seating layout perfect for entertaining. Floating the accent chairs in the space allows for comfortable filled in look as well as being functional.
So you moved into your first solo apartment — you’re excited, but how do you make the most of the small space of this studio?? We recommend creating “zones” or distinct spaces for each area. Use rugs and curtains to make distinct sleeping, living, and dining spaces, in even the smallest space.
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