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Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal

Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal

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.

Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal Seating Areal

Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal Seating Areal

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 seating area blends Mid-Century-Modern elements with an eclectic and contemporary flourish. The tapered legs of the chair in the corner are pure Mid-Century-Modern, but when paired with a contemporary white space, it feels both subtle and up to date.

Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal and Cozy Fireplace

Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century-Modern Appeal and Cozy Fireplace

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.

Let the Sunshine in Breakfast Nook

Let the Sunshine in Breakfast Nook

The circular shapes are key to making this eclectic breakfast nook feel so cohesive and eye-catching. From the rug to the table to the wall art, each circle creates a sense of pattern and harmony which feels as warm and inviting as sunshine.

A Plant Filled Vista, Inside and Out

A Plant Filled Vista, Inside and Out

Bring the great outdoors indoors with an array of lovely plants. To create a natural feel, try pairing hanging plants with some of the floors, which will echo the climbing vines and shrubbery you see in nature.

Stay on the Sunny Side Bedroom

Stay on the Sunny Side Bedroom

We love this accent wall in a sunny lemon yellow. The cheery color really brings a bright and fresh quality to the space and really lets the sunshine in.

Country Cabin

Country Cabin

This farmhouse style dining space is perfect for that country cabin feel! It has trendy two toned furniture and an intimate set up that would be great for enjoying the view while eating a hearty breakfast.

Less is More in Green Minimalist Office

Less is More in Green Minimalist Office

Less is more with a minimalist design. If you have a fireplace in your office, try adding a piece of artwork that flows and makes a statement. Add an accent to a mantle, but keep it simple to not compete with the artwork or the rest of the office.

Earth Tones in Traditional Living Room

Earth Tones in Traditional Living Room

Traditional styles can have a bit of color to spruce up the look. Earth tones are added in the pillows and table lamp of this traditionally styled living room to give this space warmth and character. The lounge sofa from Crate and Barrel enhances the look of this earth-toned traditional living with its classic design.

Set the Mood

Set the Mood

Set the mood and celebrate the views from the table. A centerpiece of candles and plants are combined to create an elegant table. Entertain in style and comfort while your guests enjoy the views.

Simple with a Purpose

Simple with a Purpose

Usually, dresser tops have a large flat surface that can become a collector of things when you just want it to be beautiful. This dresser top shows you how simple it can be to keep it organized and stunning! Adding a large plant to bring you happiness, photo frames to show off your loved ones, and a simple figurine as decor can be some of the many things to add to your dresser top. A tray is also added to give you a spot to put the random items that keep them contained and looking nice.

The Core Of A Coastal Living Room

The Core Of A Coastal Living Room

The core of any coastal style living room is the coffee table. For this style, you need an oversized coffee table that can fit everyone around it. Lightwood and curved details bring in the driftwood feeling that we always think of when it comes to coastal design. The final touch is having one or two trays to hold all your decor pieces that can be moved when you are ready to break out the board game.

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