A light tan-leather sofa is a statement piece, no matter the style of your living room. Give it a colorful and modern eclectic edge by combining it with an industrial metal coffee table and a blue geometric rug. Then mix it up by layering in lots of pillows, graphic art, a woven pouf, and some cool lighting. It'll all add up to a look that's cheery and bold but still warmly inviting.
When most people think about rustic and industrial design, they imagine rugged spaces with all hard edges and rough wood, but this room proves that the styles can be soft and inviting while still maintaining their unique charms. The industrial materials like glass, leather, and metal add color and contrast complement the rustic cowhide rug and natural wood finish making the space feel welcoming.
Industrial style and Amercana are truly a match made in style heaven as you can see from this bold living room design. It's no wonder that the two pair so well seeing as how so much of what we perceive as being uniquely American came out of industrial manufacturing which influences the style movement.
An ideal layout for any condo apartment in a modern high-rise, this open floor plan brings together function and streamlined style. The mix of clean-line furnishings and cool designs helps set apart the living area, which is demarcated by the patterned natural-fiber rug. With a modern open living and dining layout, keeping to furniture with bold lines and sleek forms is a great way to create an overall unified look.
The rustic nature of this Modern Farmhouse style living room is offset with soft textures, seen in all aspects of this design. Where there are hard edges and distressed wood elements, there are also warm touches. Want to soften up a rustic space as well? Try adding eucaplytus branches, cozy knit throws and curved candle holders!
This living room at first glance appears on the modern end of design because of the sleek lines and tufted sectional. Bringing in industrial accents with a coffee table and end tables that match the wood on accent chairs, it will provide a cohesive flow from modern to industrial. Flow can also be created when you balance your chosen color palette evenly on each side of the room.
The best part about an open floor plan dining area is that it often feels much larger than a dining room. It feels airier because there's a seamless flow into the living area. Given there's so much going on in one room, remember to pick dining room furniture that doesn't simply recede into the background. An expandable wood table, metal dining chairs, an eye-catching industrial chandelier are all good places to start. The finishing touch? A massive round mirror is always a yes with this look!
With grey walls, a slipcover sofa and a distressed or vintage rug are a stylish combination in a modern farmhouse living room. Together they'll provide major comfort, both for lounging and for the floor. You can also easily group them with more streamlined pieces, like an industrial coffee table and midcentury modern chairs. Black-and-white artwork will also add to this look.
This living room is a beautiful blend of rustic and industrial styles. The leather furniture captures both styles, while the raw metal and wood coffee table blur the line as well. To soften us the look, cozy throw pillows and a pouf were added, bringing this look all together!
If you're ready to go for color in a big way, don't hold back. Take an eclectic approach by painting your walls in a bold color and then bring in bright upholstered seating, like a yellow sofa and a blue armchair. One trick is to stick to cool primary colors, then offset it with a warm hue, as in this living room, which brings mixes classic blue and green walls with a pop of yellow. Keeping your accent pieces to black and white will also help round out the vibrant colors.
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