If you have a large open floor plan, you may want to consider a large sectional sofa to help zone the living area. In this design, the sectional is moved away from the wall using an interior design technique called floating. The l-shape of the sectional creates a kind of corner wall and, with the help of the rug, creates the feeling that living area is its own cozy space within the larger room.
If you're looking to save space and have lots of people at your dinners, round tables are perfect for you. It's easy to squeeze in an extra table setting or two where there aren't any corners! They're better for small rooms or rooms that aren't square, as their rounded edges help create easy flow through the room.
Wood is the most popular choice for dining tables for a few reasons. They're super durable and stands up to everyday butchering! They're easy to maintain or refinish with paint or stain as needed. Natural wood offers a beautiful color and texture in a dining space!
Clean and concise, this dining room is a total delight thanks to mid-century modern inspired furniture. The simple style of each piece of furniture in this space is modern without feeling aggressive or competing with the room's more ornate style. Furthermore, leather dining chairs and woven rug add an organic quality to the room, making it feel casual and inviting.
This living room is a beautiful blend of rustic and industrial styles. The leather furniture captures both styles, while the raw metal and wood coffee table blur the line as well. To soften us the look, cozy throw pillows and a pouf were added, bringing this look all together!
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