The low slanted walls in this living room make it challenging to have ample seating while not feeling crowded. The Modsy designer used several smart design solutions to make the space seem bigger and provide enough accommodation for a large group to feel comfortable. They choose a light color palette for the space, making it appear bigger they also selected foundational furniture which sits low to the ground making the ceilings seem higher.
What's the recipe for a perfect basement family room? An overstuffed sectional, cozy rug, poufs to rest your feet on, and of course, a fun tent for the kiddos! This stylish yet practical family room has all the things you need for family movie night, while still leaving plenty of open room for entertaining.
Design a modern living room that brings together an eclectic mix of styles. The only rule when mixing is to make sure you have a few solid anchor pieces, like a blue sofa and, a big leather chair, and a neutral geometric rug that helps you ground your space. From there, pull in a wood coffee table and a media cabinet that has a stylish edge. With this setup, you'll also have a spacious living room that's perfect for TV watching.
When you have a larger family, it can be hard to find seating for everyone without your family room feeling more like a waiting room. A sectional like this one, the Axis II Sofa by Crate & Barrel, seats a lot of people without filling up the whole room. It leaves space for a nice size coffee table and overflow seating with poufs!
A sun-filled space like this just begs to be filled with plants. Get your year-round greenery fix by filling your sunroom with a variety of plants. A rattan chair is a perfect complement to the space and the ideal place to perch yourself and soak it all in. Finish the look with a bohemian pouf and unique accent pillows!
The dining room has taken on new life as the core gathering place in our homes. For many of us, this room has become our workspace, cafeteria, home school, and even family game room all in one. For when your dining space turns into a homeschool zone, eep all your kiddos’ school supplies organized in baskets or bins. Every morning they can grab their basket and easily stash it all away at the end of the school day. This will keep your table ready for its next adventure.
A living room, which also serves as the family room, seems incomplete without a television. It’s tastefully incorporated here without compromising the glam look of this space. The Pictograph Media Console has intricate ancient carvings with brass legs that infuses a look that reads both modern and glamorous.
Are you a maximalist when it comes to texture and color? No need to subdue your instincts. Jungalow style is all about embracing this love of color and texture, especially when it comes to plants and natural materials. In this space, we used green and pink as the basis for the color scheme, incorporating it through artwork, pillows, and the rug. We balanced the color with furniture in natural materials and subdued colors. And, to keep the space from feeling too eclectic, we themed the artwork so it felt like a set!
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