A light tan-leather sofa is a statement piece, no matter the style of your living room. Give it a colorful and modern eclectic edge by combining it with an industrial metal coffee table and a blue geometric rug. Then mix it up by layering in lots of pillows, graphic art, a woven pouf, and some cool lighting. It'll all add up to a look that's cheery and bold but still warmly inviting.
This is our idea of a refined-rustic farmhouse living room that would make Chip and Joanna Gaines proud. From the symmetrical white sofas and the rattan side tables to the arched mirror and display cabinet, all the pieces in this open living room nail the rustic comfort look. If you're looking for a living room layout that always works, this is it.
This neutral living room has many traditional elements that create a stylish room that will never go out of style. The clean lines of the sofa and coffee table are accented by the ornate details in the side tables. They all work together to create a chic yet traditional living room!
This California casual dining space is anchored in comfort that combines a wide range of furnishings to emphasize ease. A large table in light wood keeps the space from feeling cramped, while cane dining chairs make for casual and stylish companions.
This space brings together an approachable transitional style with festive tropical-inspired touches. Like the woven bench and cane chair, the tropical organic influence blends seamlessly with the transitional pieces thanks to the pale green color scheme.
Antiques don't always have to be statement pieces. Sometimes incorporating antique furniture as a subtle accent is just the thing. Below, we’re using an antique trunk as a coffee table. And a coffee table with built-in storage, no less! As a whole, the room is a mix of modern and traditional lines, so this trunk blends in quite naturally.
Blue accents make this transitional living room pop! The understated blue rug is the perfect base for light and clean furniture with wood touches. The blue pillows and decor items tie in with the rug making this space calm and collected.
Sometimes you find a piece of antique furniture that’s such a show-stopper, you have to use it as the centerpiece of your space. That’s how we felt with this classic buffet table. But even statement pieces have to go with the design of the rest of the room. In this case, we placed the buffet in the dining room, alongside a modern marble table and upholstered dining chairs. The sleek forms of both balance out the ornateness of the buffet.
This sweet and simple bedroom has plenty of quaint charm. The spindle leg tripod end table and vintage finish rug feel slightly antique while still being stylish. Plus the hanging plants and daisy themed wall art make the room feel like a breath of fresh Spring air.
This distressed jute rug is a great way to incorporate some rustic elements in this otherwise modern/minimal design. Add in some wooden pieces to drive home the rustic vibe. A nice fur rug is also a great way to pull in more rustic elements.
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