Kid Friendly

A Cohesive Look

A Cohesive Look

The rug and the chairs are light and airy but can still hide stains and are designed with kids in mind. Beautiful natural light from the windows creates a warm and welcoming room. Bring in some greenery to add a pop of color and create an openness to the room.

Modern Family Room

Modern Family Room

Neutral and cozy! This family-friendly living room is both modern and welcoming. The cool tones of the Ravine Home sofa and chair are contrasted by the warm leather of the kid-friendly ottomans. The soft wool rug anchors the whole seating arrangement, adding a polishing touch.

When Two Become One

When Two Become One

The task of decorating a mix-use space can be daunting if you need to combine two rooms in one but don't want to skimp on style. An excellent solution to creating an area that is functional and fashionable is selecting light-colored furniture with slender and or simple silhouettes. These simplistic forms will give the space an open and modern chic feel and allowing you to bring two room types together seamlessly.

At Home Around the Hearth

At Home Around the Hearth

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.

Modern Neutral Grey Living Room

Modern Neutral Grey Living Room

The grey walls warm up this contemporary Living Room and  accentuate the architectural details and wall of windows.  Worried about using a light upholstery on a sofa with kids? The Urban Sectional Sofa from West Elm is upholstered in performance washed canvas, making it an ideal choice for a stylish kid- friendly space.  The black and white geometric rug adds texture and pattern and grounds this modern seating area.

Bountiful and Beautiful Storage Styling

Bountiful and Beautiful  Storage Styling

Isn't it funny how no matter how much closed storage you seem to have, you'll always need more? That's why it's always a good idea to invest in decorative baskets for your open storage spaces. They hide what must remain hidden while adding texture and beauty to your space.

Homeschool Chic; Living Room Classroom

Homeschool Chic; Living Room Classroom

A homeschool set up doesn't have to feel like an elementary explosion of primary colors in your home. Especially if your children are older, you can successfully and tastefully add a working station into your living room.

Head of the Table

Head of the Table

Want to add an air of formality to your contemporary dining space? Try placing upholstered chairs at your table's head. They'll recall dinner parties of a more romantic era, making each meal feel like a fancy affair.

Rustic and Pink Nursery

Rustic and Pink Nursery

We love the way weathered wood tones mixes with soft pinks to create magic in this rustic nursery. Try mixing your accent color with neutral tones for a balanced color scheme. The grey and cream rug anchors the nursery with plush texture and pattern, letting the pink wall color take center stage! A crochet garland hangs from the ceiling, adding a whimsical element. 

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

Rustic Woods and Bold Blues

This gorgeous buffet is a statement piece on it’s own, but we dressed it up using one of our favorite colors, brilliant blue! Layering artwork on top of a buffet helps to establish a focal point in the room, while greenery and vases round out the edges of the design.

Storage Story

Storage Story

It's incredible how quickly kid clutter adds up. One second you're looking for a perfectly clean kid's room, and the next feels like a tiny tornado has whirled through the space. So it's a good idea to have smart storage solutions to make cleaning up easy. Here we've added a large square basket for storage and paired it with a reading lamp to serve as a bench for storytime.

Nursery Nook

Nursery Nook

If you're working with a smaller nursery space, consider buying a circular or oval crib. The absence of corners will save a surprising amount of space while still providing enough room for your little one to snooze comfortably within.

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