This space is anchored in two styles that have long traditions and pair seamlessly together. Americana and coastal style. This is due to both styles utilizing similar colors, think rich reds and deep blues and a tendency toward woven materials that have a heritage quality to them.
This distressed jute rug is a great way to incorporate some rustic elements in this otherwise modern/minimal design. Add in some wooden pieces to drive home the rustic vibe. A nice fur rug is also a great way to pull in more rustic elements.
Texture is a great way to add visual interest and help to soften your space. This entry uses woven baskets as planters, which instantly creates warmth and a relaxed feel. The Wrap Bench from CB2 continues the natural fibers with woven jute and a rich Acacia wood frame. The result is a welcoming space to invite your guests into your home!
Even up close, this dining room screams coastal. From the coral sculptures to the fishnet details on the centerpiece vase, the textures truly pull it all together. Reclaimed wood tones further the casual natural vibes adding warmth to cool greens.
Want a living room that’s both modern and cozy? Soften the hard lines of modern furniture with curves and textures. While the sofa is still modern, its frame features rounded curves. So, too, with the coffee table — which is modern in form but with added softness due to the round top and base. Textures in the pouf, baskets, and pendant light bring additional coziness and approachability to this space.
White furniture can feel very high-end and unapproachable. But when you mix it with natural textures and materials, it takes on a more casual vibe. We love this teak and rattan chair, with white cushions, from Noir. And mixing other natural textures throughout the space — from the pendant light to the room divider and the pouf — make this living room quite approachable.
To compliment the natural textures found in this space, keep the tabletop design of your cabinet organic and natural. Simply layer on some art, some natural greenery or flowers, a few books, and perhaps some other sculptural vases or decorative objects. And, voila! You have a designed but not overly contrived vignette.
Adding natural textures to your bedroom gives it a boho, global style. In this space, we’ve mixed together a rattan headboard, woven rattan pendant lights, a rattan lounge chair, a jute rug, and a rope-wrapped bench. But the clean-lined, substantial nightstands help balance out the more organic shapes and textures throughout. Finishing the space with a wide mix of greenery adds to the boho look while promoting relaxation!
We love the unexpected mix of materials in this transitional living room. The leather swivel arm-chair is eye-catching, and we love the way this soft leather patinas over time. Paired it with a jute rope side table creates a contrast of textures. The chenille tweed sofa adds softness, while the woven leather pouf adds a unique textural element to this arrangement.
We love the neutral, texture-filled vibe of this living room. With a white sofa as the anchor for this room, the natural textures of rattan and jute give a boho vibe to this space. A few of our favorite pieces? The rattan bar cart and the sculptural rattan room divider.
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