When one spaces runs into the other, like the living room and bedroom in this studio apartment, there are creative ways to break it up! Here we used different rugs for each space, and while they subtle overlap, it helps visually divide the living spaces.
A small apartment doesn't have to mean a small bed! If you love to stretch out and need that big bed, get one that offers space for storage. That's why we love this bed from Scout Home, it's lifted off the ground, allowing for storage and baskets underneath.
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.
When working from home it is important to keep your design clean and streamlined. This allows you to focus on the important things and not thinking that you need to clean or reorganize every day. Having a large desk that offers lots of shelves will give you ample space to set up a system to organize your everyday duties.
A great way to fill up space in a spare room is to add a cozy couch with textured pillows. This kid-friendly option from Ravine Home is warmed up with a unique table lamp and an industrial-chic side table. Layering jute rugs adds depth to the room, and is perfect for areas with heavy traffic!
Bring warmth to an industrial living room by adding varying textures in warm tones. A tufted sofa brings sleek lines to the room in a rich leather upholstery. Wood accents in the coffee table, console table, and even armchairs add warmth to the cool, industrial style.
When working from home it can be hard to remember that there is a life outside your doors. Creating a media area is great for your mind to stay active with new up and coming things and to unwind from the day.