There's no denying the airy elegance of open living spaces. The rustic living area here is painted in a pale green that lends brightness and classic charm to the seating area. A slipcovered sofa, comfy armchair and neutral traditional rug provide an extra cozy touch. Wouldn't you want to sit by the fireplace all night every night here?
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 and dramatic this dining room proves that contemporary style doesn't have to be all neutrals and rounded lines. Rich wood finishes, a patterned wool rug, and camel colored leather dining chairs carry the contemporary design movement's signature simplistic silhouettes but have a surprising edginess thanks to their dark colors.
Create a space that's as interesting as it is inviting with traditional style design. Upholstered nailhead trimmed chairs and an ornate rug are refined touches that will capture your eye and heart in this dining room.
Monochromatic spaces are great for creating a big mood but can feel intimidating for people who worry that committing to one color will make their room feel intense. A great way to balance a monochromatic style with a more chill vibe is to go green. Here, the sage-colored walls and assorted green hues make the space feel relaxed and interesting but not intense.
Pack in the joy with a playful and glamorous living room that makes each day feel like a party. In this space, purple, green, and gold recall the signature colors of Mardi Gras while a supple rug and a velvet chesterfield sofa add a regal glam vibe.
One of the reasons why mid-century modern style has become such an enduring trend is it's practical and beautiful forms, particularly its legs. In this living room design, the armchair, coffee table, and sofa all have simple legs, hair-pin and tapered, imbuing each piece with elegant height and making them easy to clean under.
Are you ready for a significant change in your space? Try incorporating jewel tones color palettes into your room. This will make a big impact, and the jewel tone trend appears to have staying power, so you'll get good mileage out of the change.
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