An Industrial Master Suite full of softness and comfort. The harden textures from the accent wall combined with the calming tones of blues and grays help bring the idea of “industrial” to another level. Whether it’s breakfast in bed or just sleeping in, this master bedroom is the perfect serene space to start your day.
This TV room is a stylish and comfortable place to relax by day, and when you have guests, it effortlessly becomes a sleeping quarter. The futon pulls down into a full bed for convenient and comfy place to get a restul nights sleep!
These dark grey walls work perfectly for a bedroom to create drama and warmth. Using lighter reclaimed woods in the space breaks up the drama of the walls and lighten up the bedroom. Plants bring life and color to the monochromatic design and are the perfect finishing touch.
The grey walls warm up this contemporary Living Room and accentuate the architectural details and wall of windows. Worried about using a light upholstery on a sofa with kids? The Urban Sectional Sofa from West Elm is upholstered in performance washed canvas, making it an ideal choice for a stylish kid- friendly space. The black and white geometric rug adds texture and pattern and grounds this modern seating area.
Create a combined living and dining space that's sophisticated and inviting with furnishings in gorgeous neutrals. Upholstery and decor in soft brown, gray, and white tones work together naturally and will bring a modern and elegant look to your home. Be sure to mix in silver accent pieces, such as reflective nesting tables, polished side tables, and a shiny mirror, all of which will add to the room's chic, streamlined look.
Many folks rely on their attics as a space for a home office. The challenge is that most attics have a low slanted ceiling, which can make the space feel cramped. We suggest trying to paint the lower have of the wall a slightly darker color than the slanted ceiling. This will help divide the vertical wall surface from the low ceiling, making the room seem taller.
It's easy to take industrial materials, like metal, for granted. After all, we see the material so much in our everyday life. From chainlink fences to highway railing, we forget how special metal can it can feel as decor. But in this bedroom, the metal bed and accompany bench has such a pronounced architectural feel that recollects the beautiful buildings seen in the wall art and adds a kind of stately splendor to the space.
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