This colorful bedroom is nothing short of a dream. With it's bohemian touches and beautiful color palette, the atmosphere is inspiring in itself. We love the simple but functional work station near the bed; it's perfect for working right in the natural light!
Bold, bright and fun patterns burst from this living room design! Choosing neutral larger pieces of furniture like the sofa and armchair allows you to have fun with smaller pieces of furniture, lighting, pillows, and art! The eclectic gallery wall of art becomes a truly mesmerizing focal point of the room. Mix and match different types of artwork such as abstract, modern and traditional to achieve this look!
It's no doubt black, white, and neutral color schemes have taken over the Pinterest world but don't forget color is still out there, and we're here for it! We're bringing color back in this bright mid-century modern living room. You can't help but feel invited to sit down in this mashup of bright and colorful decor! It'll make you forget you ever thought about a neutral color scheme for your living room!
An easy way to add color, texture, and a touch of personality into a mid-century, boho entryway is to hang a few hats on the wall in place of artwork! These will be unexpected and add so much visual interest by creating dimension! Have fun with the placement and always be on the lookout for more cool hats to add to your wall!
A waiting area is shown with a bench against the wall. Above, a single work of art makes a statement in the space. Combining black and white elements in each piece, the basket beside the bench is a modern way to store magazines or books to catch from time to time.
There's no rule that says a gallery wall is limited to art. Give the whole concept your personal twist by hanging up different versions of a quirky object that you've collected over the years, such as this showcase of cool and vintage clocks. And the more unexpected the type of object, the better. Think vintage postcards, a grouping of mirrors, even a selection of hats. The only rule here is that the object should be fun and hold happy personal meaning to you.