Decorative Tray

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.

California Modern Entryway

California Modern Entryway

While simple, this entryway is warm and welcoming. The rustic, farmhouse-inspired console helps set the tone for a relaxed and comfortable home that’s ready to be lived in by its inhabitants and warmly welcome guests.

Beachy Mid-Century-Modern Living Room with Surprising Accents

Beachy Mid-Century-Modern Living Room with Surprising Accents

We love a bit of California casual style, but sometimes the typical neutrals and blue color schemes, while classic, can feel a little tired. That's why we added some bold pops of black to give a little edge and excitement to this space.

Desktop Bar

Desktop Bar

If you have a workspace in a living room consider turning your desk into a makeshift bar. Use a large tray on top to corral the barware into a tidy area—it’s a nice way to visually rope it off from the rest of the styling.

Double Up On Your Dresser

Double Up On Your Dresser

Studios likely have limited options when it comes to setting up a home bar, but using your dresser can work just as well as a credenza. Use a tray to section off one area of the surface for bottles, garnishes, etc. And add flowers and a few decorative touches to give it a little extra personality! It’s the perfect fix for a small space.

A Credenza Bar

A Credenza Bar

A super simple way to rig up a handsome bar in your home is to use a credenza to double as a cocktail crafting station. It’s kind of like a bar cabinet already so it makes sense to stash your bottles in the cabinets and add a tray on top with glasses and other barware. This is a great way to make use of this key storage piece that you likely already have at home.

Beachy Mid-Century-Modern Living Room with a Twist

Beachy Mid-Century-Modern Living Room with a Twist

We love a bit of California casual style, but sometimes the typical neutrals and blue color schemes, while classic, can feel a little tired. That's why we added some bold pops of black to give a little edge and excitement to this space.

Jewel Toned Living Room in Contemporary Style

Jewel Toned Living Room in Contemporary Style

The clean lines of the contemporary furniture in this space allow for tons of fun colors. Here the Modsy designer used romantic jewel tones, but you could get a similar bold effect with primary colors or a monochromatic look.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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