Tapered legs and tufted upholstery are the little details that bring mid-century style to these armchairs. All the cool, gray fabric needs is a black and white lumbar pillow for comfort and a touch of pattern. Add a basket of books to your seating area and it can also serve as a reading nook!
Having trouble deciding where to place a TV in your bedroom? A straightforward solution is to place it directly across from your bed. You can mount it above or set it on top of your dresser or another low-profile piece of furniture.
In this layout, the living space is tucked into the back nook of the apartment, where the bedroom was in the first design. This makes for a more cozy living area that truly feels like a space of its own. This layout also allowed us to use a larger sofa—a good thing to think about if you like to unwind with a TV show at night and want a full-size sofa rather than a loveseat or apartment-sized option.
The kitchen and dining area, while not huge, has room enough for two stools to pull up to the island and create an eat-up dining space. Since there’s a large surface area, the counter can also be used for food prep or as a home office workspace!
As you can see, this living room is simple but stylish. The combination of white walls and a white sofa give this space a light feeling and don't add visual clutter. But the addition of the yellow blanket ladder adds a stylish, eclectic touch to the set-up—and utilizes vertical space for blanket storage!
When it comes to bed designs that are perfect for small spaces, a spindle bed frame is a stylish and smart option. The space between the spindles creates visual airiness that helps the room feel more open. And opting for a spindle bed with built-in nightstands is a major space-saver and helps the look feel sleek and clean!
Having a more open layout that’s not centered around a TV makes this a great layout for hosting guests—and there’s even space for an air mattress if someone wants to crash overnight! This bench adds extra seating for conversational hangouts, but it can also be pulled in and used as a coffee table for a game night.
Think of this split-level living room layout as the “conversation pit.” It has a formal and structured formation with furnishings that play up a cozy vibe. If you're after a simple layout, this is one of the more straightforward living room ideas.
This sleek bedroom is the perfect blend of dark and light using bold geometric patterns to create drama. The Clover Rug from Dash and Albert has a large-scaled diamond print that instantly adds an element of fun and pops against the streamlined upholstered bed and neutral bedding. The wall art repeats the black and white graphics, adding a modern touch to the room.
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