Interior Design

Eclectic Touches for Added Charm

Eclectic Touches for Added Charm

Any easy way to add some charm to your bedroom space is by mismatching your nightstands. We've paired a circular nightstand with a rectangular one in this space, but we were careful to use the same wood finish, so the room didn't veer into the discordant territory. The end effect is eclectic but still subtle, perfect for this modern rustic bedroom.

Simple, Sophisticated Modern Dining Room

Simple, Sophisticated Modern Dining Room

Touches of deep blue can be found throughout this modern dining room. We added decor in blue tones to the kitchen for a cohesive look. The gold pendant light fixtures complement each other. The velvet dining room chairs bring elegance to this modern dining room.

Modern Green Dining

Modern Green Dining

This dining room feels opulent yet comfortable due to its use of velvet chairs and gold finishes. The modern dining table is really a gorgeous statement piece for friends and family to gather around. Try freshening up your own modern dining room with luscious green accent furniture and extra plants!

A Classic and Collected Entryway In Blue

A Classic and Collected Entryway In Blue

Blues and earthy neutrals come together in this serene and calming entryway. Small decorative accents bring added beauty to one of our favorite consoles.

Contemporary Style With A Touch Of Jewel Tone Colors

Contemporary Style With A Touch Of Jewel Tone Colors

Contemporary style can have furniture with clean modern lines or softened and rounded lines. This design shows both. The bed, nightstands, and velvet-upholstered bench all have clean and smooth lines while the Alex Bordeaux Velvet accent chair has a fun softer design to it. Accessorizing with jewel-toned pillows, rugs and accessories add a pop to the design!

Coastal Living: Neutral Family Room

Coastal Living: Neutral Family Room

Use a neutral palette to create a calm area for relaxing. The delicate hues pair well with the environment. Adding pillows with different textures will also lend to the coast style, creating depth within the design.

Trend Alert: Greens!

Trend Alert: Greens!

The color green is really having a moment right now. Whether it’s from bringing in lots of plants, or using it as your main color palette, green can add a lush and plush vibe to any room in your home. This modern dining room is the perfect example of how to mix various shades of green within one space.

Relaxed Oversized Accent Chair

Relaxed Oversized Accent Chair

Placing an oversized accent chair creates an additional space to relax and unwind. This space can be used as a reading nook, coffee time spot, or even just putting your shoes on and running out the door.

Jewel-Tone Colors With Contemporary Style

Jewel-Tone Colors With Contemporary Style

Jewel-tone colors can create a moody and relaxed environment. Using sapphire blues and amethyst purples are a great color combination! The Jute Royal Port Rug in a mixes things up with its beautiful geometric pattern. Use throw pillows with pattern, texture and different fabrics to build layers and create a cozy bed!

Basking in Blue

Basking in Blue

Aqua sheer drapes look beautiful on these big glass doors. Chic glass decor pieces add to the bright and airy feel of this living room. A bold patterned rug adds a little intrigue to this simple and pretty room.

Room Comes To Life With Accessories

Room Comes To Life With Accessories

The staple pieces for this modern dining room are neutral grays, whites and blacks. By using pops of green in the rug, art and centerpiece the room takes on a completely different feel. Add in a few faux plants for a final pop of green that makes a big impact.

Cozy, Beachy Living Room

Cozy, Beachy Living Room

This living room plays on a coastal design and is perfect for curling up to read when it’s too rainy for the beach. Invite friends over for an afternoon of catching up in a space perfectly arranged for conversation. This multipurpose space is perfect for a variety of relaxing activities.

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