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Wallpaper Dreams: Eclectic Master Bedroom

Wallpaper Dreams: Eclectic Master Bedroom

We love this bold space, which uses patterns to create interest and color to keep things cozy. The geometric wallpaper, eclectic wall art, and patterned pillows almost seem like they would be too much, but thanks to a mellow neutral color scheme, all the patterns blend into an interesting yet cozy point.

Eclectic Bold Living Room Design

Eclectic Bold Living Room Design

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! 

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

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.  

Moody Blue and Pink Bedroom in Transitional Style

Moody Blue and Pink Bedroom in Transitional Style

one of the great things about transitional style is that it has an understated quality which allows for bold style choices like saturated wall colors. In this bedroom the the clean and simple transitional style foundational furniture makes room for the boldly colored pink rug and deep blue walls.

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

This living room pairs a mix of transitional and traditional design elements to get a totally unique look. To get this vibe in your space, start with a classic blue and white color palette and warm it up with rich wood tones.

Give Color A Chance: Mid-Century Dining Room

Give Color A Chance: Mid-Century Dining Room

Mid-Century Modern design doesn't have to be done in all neutrals. Try incorporating color into key pieces like these blue dining chairs in this space. To create a big impact paint an accent wall in a fun bold color!

Stylish Studio Seating

Stylish Studio Seating

The Verve Rug sets the color palette in the space while the Soho Sofa from ravine Home sits center stage in this studio seating area. On the right are two bookcase/room dividers that separate the living area from the sleeping area and on the left is a cool mid-century accent chair. Sprinkled around the room are pillows, art, and other accents in colors that were pulled straight from the rug for a stylish, cohesive design.

Studio Space Planning

Studio Space Planning

Here's a great example of how to divide a studio floorplan. On the back wall, you see the sleeping area with an upholstered bed and nightstands. In the front area you'll find the living area with a sofa, accent chair and pouf. Separating the two spaces are the V-Bookcase/Room Dividers from CB2. They do a great job of visually separating the two zones but they are open enough that they don't close off the space.

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.

Texture Twist Entry

Texture Twist Entry

Texture is a great way to add visual interest and help to soften your space.  This entry uses woven baskets as planters, which instantly creates warmth and a relaxed feel.  The Wrap Bench from CB2 continues the natural fibers with woven jute and a rich Acacia wood frame. The result is a welcoming space to invite your guests into your home!

Cozy Shag Rug

Cozy Shag Rug

This contemporary reading nook is brimming filled with cozy attributes. For example, who wouldn't want to run thier feet over the soft white faux fur rug while drinking a cup of tea and whiling the day away?

Urban Traditional

Urban Traditional

For a cool, calming take on traditional design, try blending in some industrial elements, as seen in this swanky living room. This style uses a darker, muted palette with plenty of pops of dark blue and green.

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