When choosing design elements for your dining room, search your kitchen for delightful fruits and vegetables that display well. Place the items in decorative bowls or opt for a simple white bowl and let the fruit and vegetables be the star! Add a handful of colored bottles with clippings from your flower garden.
Material selection is a key part of designing a coastal space. The rope that surrounds the frame of the mirror gives the final touch to this beautiful entry. Adding this console table to the space not only adds extra storage, but also allows you to add some coastal decor to tie everything together.
This entry is filled with organic elements! Vases carved in wood, along with the bowl, floor lamp, and pot, helps bring the outside in. In short, coastal entries look better when there's a lot of natural wood involved in the process. Add coastal prints, and plants to add a pop of color.
This industrial entry has the blues and tons of storage! The cube storage unit is practical and functional for an entryway space. The blue baskets pop off the shelves and coordinate perfectly with the walls. Adding extra lighting like this table lamp will make the space brighter in case you need it while storing or looking for items within the storage unit.
Make use of partial walls and stairway entries with low-height cube storage! It's perfect for shoes, but you can use it for anything. Most baskets fit easily for even more practical (and pretty) storage!
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!