Jute Rug

Wake Me in 15

Wake Me in 15

This dramatic headboard with its intricate silhouette and lacquered wood finish is so choke-full of warm character that it feels totally inviting at days end. The supple textures of the decorative pillows make the bed seem extra enticing making it a pleasure to jump into bed but so hard to drag yourself away from in the morning.

Take Time for Design

Take Time for Design

Bedrooms play an essential role in our daily life. It's where you go to relax, decompress, and rest at the end of a long day. The way we decorate our bedrooms helps determine how restful and comforting they feel. So take some time selecting the perfect decor for your sleeping space; remember a good design is a stroll, not a sprint.

A Neutral Living Room Filled With Natural Materials

A Neutral Living Room Filled With Natural Materials

This living room features a neutral color palette — whites, blacks, browns. But a variety of natural materials adds texture and visual interest to this space — from the patterned jute rug to the variety of woven baskets and pendants, the solid wood coffee table, and the leather pouf. And no space with natural materials is complete without a pop of greenery!

Legs to Stand On

Legs to Stand On

Sometimes large foundational furniture can make a room feel overcrowded and stuffy. But in spaces like the bedroom, where storage is a must, large items are often essential. To keep things feeling light, consider foundational pieces with slender and tall legs that make the space look more open.

A Modern Rustic Reading Nook

A Modern Rustic Reading Nook

Turn any bedroom or living room corner into an instant reading nook by anchoring it with a comfy armchair, side table, ottoman, and tall open bookcase. How you style it is up to you. Or take a page from this comfy corner and try taking a modern rustic approach. All you need to infuse the spot with lots of warmth is to bring in furnishings that are big on woven textures, cozy wood tones, and crisp whites and neutrals.

Don't Sleep on Metal, but Do Use It for Your Bed

Don't Sleep on Metal, but Do Use It for Your Bed

It's easy to take industrial materials, like metal, for granted. After all, we see the material so much in our everyday life. From chainlink fences to highway railing, we forget how special metal can it can feel as decor. But in this bedroom, the metal bed and accompany bench has such a pronounced architectural feel that recollects the beautiful buildings seen in the wall art and adds a kind of stately splendor to the space.

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

One crucial area of the bedroom that is often overlooked is the dressing area. A designated space where you can get ready to face the day is a wonderful way to ensure that you enter the world feeling confident daily. Plus, creating a dressing area can be as simple as adding a bench or stools to the end of your bed to rest outfit options on and an excellent full-length mirror to ensure you pick the right thing to wear.

Contemporary yet Whimsical

Contemporary yet Whimsical

Many people think that contemporary design lacks personality veering too far in functionality and forgoing form. But this space, filled with rustic materials, like natural wood finishes and woven textures, and funky sculptural furnishing (that end table looks like it has cute little legs) shows that contemporary design can be whimsical.

Tidy and Trendy

Tidy and Trendy

This living space has a minimal approach to the trendy modern-rustic style that makes it feel open and refreshing. Rustic materials like camel leather, worn wood finishes, and a jute rug are chock-full of character, so don't require additional ornamentation or fussy accessories to make the space feel complete.

At Home Around the Herath

At Home Around the Herath

This cozy living room may be tight on space, but the design is big on heart. Because the furniture layout draws the eye directly towards the fireplace, Placing a large circular mirror above the fireplace not only draws more attention to it but also makes the room seem less snug by reflecting light and creating a sense of depth.

Homerun Fireside Viewing


Homerun Fireside Viewing

This living room layout hits all the bases when it comes to meeting your needs. The cozy sectional provides a view of the TV, window, and fireplace. Meanwhile, the circular coffee table literally cuts corners making the space seem larger while ensuring nobody bumps a knee on a sharp edge. Yes, this layout knocks it out of the park when it comes to functional comfort.

Pattern Power

Pattern Power

Gray walls can be a great way to create a clean feeling and calm space, but they can also make things feeling a little dull. To avoid a case of the "grays," we suggest harnessing the power of patterns. Mixing an assortment of detailed patterns with floral motifs can create the illustion of depth in a space and make a gray room feel less flat.

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