The tulip table is not only a design classic it's also a great way to make a small dining area practical and pretty. The circular table top makes extra space for chairs and this pedestal leg also makes more space. Prefect for a dining area for two or if you want more seating add a bench which you can bring over to the table when needed.
With tailored furnishings, classic accents, and rustic details, the farmhouse bedroom is the true definition of elegance with ease. Anchor the room with a wooden bed and plush bedding, pull in a leather armchair for a cozy reading corner, hang up a round mirror for a chic focal point, and pad the floor with a comfy woven rug. It's all about layering those luxe, cozy touches!
A Mid Century bed always makes for an attractive centerpiece. With a modern bedroom, stick to furnishings with clean lines, whether it's a small round mirror hung on the wall or a geometric rug pattern. Add some pretty accents in white finish with a crisp, calming look.
An entryway should be a functional space for depositing your belongings at the end of the day. It's equally vital that it welcome and your guest with a likable style. This entryway gives you the best of both worlds with a design that is equally functional and stunning. The long bench is perfect for removing shoes and resting your purse, and those rose-colored walls feel like a warm embrace at the end of a long day.
We love this space because it proves a room can be both glam and low-key at the same time. The key to creating this balance is by paring elevated glam materials, velvet, gold, fur, with more simplistic contemporary shapes. Voila, you have the perfect glam space to kick back in.
This sleek bedroom is the perfect blend of dark and light using bold geometric patterns to create drama. The Clover Rug from Dash and Albert has a large-scaled diamond print that instantly adds an element of fun and pops against the streamlined upholstered bed and neutral bedding. The wall art repeats the black and white graphics, adding a modern touch to the room.
A cute geometric rug helps "zone" a window-side play space in this neutral living room. Because kids, and their things, like to move around a lot, having a lightweight rug to place under their play area can be handy for protecting your hardwood floors.