Part of styling your minimalist space is keeping surfaces smooth and clean. That also means keeping accents to a minimum. The black and white theme can also be kid-friendly. Incorporating black chairs, and an area rug that easily hides stains away is the perfect kid-friendly dining room. Add a floor-length mirror to help enhance the natural light around, making it feel brighter.
Create a window with a statement piece like the abstract painting in this design! Art can be used to create more windows in a room that has few, which is an excellent way to bring creativity and inspiration to any space. This calming abstract painting looks like a distant horizon on the sea, and the colors of the artwork flow throughout the rest of the room creativity a balance and calming feeling.
Come relax in this Neutral Mid-Century Modern Bedroom! Textural elements including faux fur pillows, beaded chandelier, and a hand-knotted rug are layered to create a cozy sanctuary. The Iron Deco Bed by Anthropology is clearly the statement piece in this neutral design!
This earth-toned, minimalist space celebrates simple lines, abstract shapes, and a palette so warm, it feels like a hug. We combined natural materials with a more structured piece for stylish contrast. Place a bench near the end of the bed for extra seating.
Less can often be more, as it directs the eye to focus on a few larger investment pieces which make a bold statement. To achieve this bedroom look, consider a simple neutral color palette with high contrast. Opt for oversized art above your bed to bring the eye up and make your space feel large and luxe.
Elevate your entry by using black and white accents to create a modern design. Adding in natural woods to contrast the cool-toned black and white creates a warm and welcoming space. Using black and white in the accents instead of key furniture pieces adds a subtle color scheme that can easily be changed or added to throughout the years.
Refined rustic is all about using those rustic forms and materials but adding a classic touch. This dining room feels welcoming and comfortable like rustic style does, but has a sense of sophistication with its dramatic floor mirror and muted color palette.
In this mid-century modern bedroom, geometry is key. The hard lines mix with circles, curves, and swirls for a geometric experience that's pleasing to the eye. Mixing so many patterns and materials successfully, but sticking to a simple color palette like black and white makes it a lot easier.
One of the best things about modern dining spaces is that they often come with gorgeous interior architectural elements, such as exposed wood beams or perfect-condition walls. But even then, it can be hard to decorate a dining room to feel warm, inviting, and airy. Some easy solutions? Try leaning a floor-to-ceiling mirror to give the illusion of more space and bounce light around the room, or hang one statement colorful artwork to shift the focus upward. These are surefire ways to expand the perception of any dining space, which is often eye-level focused.
This simple corner provides functionality, yet keeping the glam feel alive. Brass accents bring an effortless luxury vibe. The gorgeous pendant is a statement piece; the mirror complements the dresser to create a unified look and makes the room appear brighter and bigger. The splash of earth tones in walls and art bring warmth to the space.