If you love the look of a sconce, but don’t want to go through the hassle of hard-wiring lighting (not to mention the price tag of hiring an electrician!) opt for a plug-in sconce instead. Sconces are both versatile and trendy—but hard-wiring is expensive. So, a plug-in sconce gives you that stylish, custom look without requiring extra expenses.
When having a neutral color scheme, it’s important to add various materials and textures to add a sense of dimensionality to your home office. The natural wooden top of the desk adds an organic texture that complements the soft leather of the ottoman. Black metal accents emphasize the industrial nature of the space.
Green makes an effortless accent color in this modern living room. The patterned rug anchors the conversational seating arrangement with texture and bits of color. Green tones are carried through the design with accent pillows and a large piece of abstract art over the sofa, adding a splash!
With an open living and dining space, an eclectic approach to furnishings is a great way to create an overarching sense of comfort. Use a sectional to divide up the room while adding comfort, pull in an expandable dining table to add some versatility, and work in rounded pieces like a big armchair, pouf, and curvy coffee table. Then balance it out with eye-catching accents, such as an industrial pendant, abstract art, and a geometric rug. The stylish mix of functional pieces with designs that add color and shape is sure to warm up even the most spacious of rooms.
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.
Use the same metals in the furniture and chandelier as well as the decorative accessories. Use similar wood tones throughout the industrial space as well. This helps create a dining room that feels well thought out and cohesive.
A minimal bedroom can create a unique and fun space for your teen. This design incorporates a neutral color palette to create a comfortable and warm space. The room has a simple layout to keep the layout open yet cozy.
Check out this rad space with a sublet music theme. We like the way that the music inspired accents are just enough to bring the room together without being too loud, making it the perfect balance between youthful and mature and perfect for any cool kid.
Very often, fall colors have a cozy effect in the dining room. The warm reds, oranges, and browns play well with walnut wood tones and neutral upholstery, so consider pulling in a richly hued traditional rug. Then add in lighting in brown and orange glass and even pull in an antiqued brass bar cart. Playing up this autumnal palette is a surefire way to set the room apart from the rest of your home.