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.
It seems more people are working from home than ever before. That means many people have to share a workspace with a partner, child, or roommate. To ensure you and your new office mates get off on the right foot and stay there, try picking a common interest and incorporating it into your decor. The vintage-inspired wall art in this space looks great with the shiplap. It could also be a wonderful reminder of shared interest for two science buffs or history lovers. Keeping the atmosphere at the office light and friendly.
A rustic living space can be a very organic and inviting space. Warm weathered wood tones and neutral fabrics are great texture for a rustic look. Adding in fun accents pillows with plaid, flowers, or a rustic feel can make the space cozier.
Add some GREEN to brighten up your rustic style! Whether its fresh (or faux) greenery or botanical leafy prints, adding a little green creates a more airy, woodsy type of feel. Switching up or adding a wreath or garlands when the season's change can also be a great way to transform your style and add a bit of interest and depth to the overall look.
Putting a big, bright, beautiful rug under the dining table makes this space feel more open. The rug also helps define the room, with the dining table above. Doing more than catching crumbs, the rug brings the design together in harmony.
If you fall in love with the look of a coffee table, don't be afraid to have different wood tones on the end tables in the same room. It is ok to have two wood tones in a space with this rustic aesthetic. You can do this by picking a rustic weathered piece and find something that has the same undertones in one piece to match another.
This dining room has a definitive wow factor. Deep green walls create a dramatic yet appealing mood. The bold, eye-catching ceiling lamp certainly brings a statement to this dining room that will wow your guests.
Keep the balance of a strong and high contrast dining room with touches of blue. Add a stunning pendant or chandelier to keep the balance of the eye moving throughout the space. Dynamic lines move the eye, through the chandelier, rug and buffet door face.
The coffee table is big enough that can be reached from all seats. The white see-through curtain avoids making the space too busy. The eclectic style pulls fur pillows, a leather sofa, and a wood coffee table together.
Basement living areas can feel stuffy because of issues like limited natural light and low ceilings. However, the tall plant in this space adds some needed height to space, and the landscape photo helps to brighten things up a bit.
The conversational seating layout in this design does three important things: It gives everyone a chance to face each other without having to angle their necks uncomfortable. Everyone can enjoy the fireplace at the same time. Finally, everyone gets to see the beautiful view out the window. Know that's what we call smart seating!
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