Floor Mirror

Flanking Mirrors

Flanking Mirrors

Adding mirrors to the sides of a fireplace can be a chic and practical touch. We love how they visually open up the space too!

Cozy Farmhouse Living Room Details

Cozy Farmhouse Living Room Details

Nothing is cozier than a farmhouse sofa. This neutral grey sofa boasts total comfort in its lounge-style frame. The mix of throw pillow design and textures creates visual interest in the space!

Floating Furniture 101

Floating Furniture 101

Have a large foyer space? Install a floating entryway table (grounded by a rug, of course)! This will help define an open entryway space and offers a quick and easy place to drop keys and mail when you arrive back at home. With this approach, a round table is best so there are no hard edges to bump into.

Pattern Power

Pattern Power

Gray walls can be a great way to create a clean feeling and calm space, but they can also make things feeling a little dull. To avoid a case of the "grays," we suggest harnessing the power of patterns. Mixing an assortment of detailed patterns with floral motifs can create the illustion of depth in a space and make a gray room feel less flat.

Mid-Century-Modern Bedroom with a California Casual Vibe

Mid-Century-Modern Bedroom with a California Casual Vibe

This bedroom is a relaxed space filled with fresh California casual appeal. Woven textures throughout the space give the room an organic kicked back quality. While pops of blue, keep the room feeling refreshing and cool, which is excellent for beating the summer heat.

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

One crucial area of the bedroom that is often overlooked is the dressing area. A designated space where you can get ready to face the day is a wonderful way to ensure that you enter the world feeling confident daily. Plus, creating a dressing area can be as simple as adding a bench or stools to the end of your bed to rest outfit options on and an excellent full-length mirror to ensure you pick the right thing to wear.

Fireside Fall Chats

Fireside Fall Chats

When the weather grow colder, there is nothing more enticing than spending evenings by a warm crackling fire. We love how these rustic wingback chairs offer style and comfort and can be enjoyed solo or with a partner!

Light And Airy Greenery

Light And Airy Greenery

Looking for a great way to add some color variety to a neutral coastal design? Add some greenery. The pops of green are a great way to break up a more grey-toned color story like this one!

Refined Rustic Style: Dining Room Design

Refined Rustic Style: Dining Room Design

Refined rustic is all about organic and rugged 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.

Geomeclectic: Bedroom

Geomeclectic: Bedroom

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.

Poufs: Eclectic Seating

Poufs: Eclectic Seating

Adding poufs to your seating arrangements can do a lot of things for your living room. They can be used for extra seating or as a place to kick your legs up. Use them to add more color and texture in your space and go bold.

Luxurious Simplicity

Luxurious Simplicity

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.

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