A Mid Century bed always makes for an attractive centerpiece. With a modern bedroom, stick to furnishings with clean lines, whether it's a small round mirror hung on the wall or a geometric rug pattern. Add some pretty accents in white finish with a crisp, calming look.
Sometimes we want nothing more than to feel comforted by our surroundings. One of the best ways to get that sense of coziness in a contemporary space is to build a layout of classically inspired foundational pieces around your fireplace. This combo has a slightly nostalgic quality that will help you feel at ease.
We all need a place to get away from it all and what better place is there to do that than the bedroom? For this reason, we suggest making your bedroom space extra comforting by selecting soothing colors and cozy texture to wash away the woes of the day.
Hallways don’t have to just be pass-through spaces. In fact, they can create an intentional, thoughtful moment in the middle of your home. This hallway features a built-in cabinet that could be used as a linen closet or just for additional storage. While we used the built-in bench more as a decorative moment, you could also get a full-length cushion and use this area as a reading nook!
Bringing a storage piece next to the fireplace transforms this nook into a functional and inspiring moment in this modern design. A storage piece in a living room, but near the kitchen can be perfect for storing odds and ends or perhaps overflow serving pieces! Add a lamp on top for ambient lighting and your favorite piece of art for personality.
This dining space combines the clean curved lines and stately craftsmanship that are true hallmarks of the deco style with a welcoming and thoroughly contemporary neutral color palette for a look that is so chic.
We don't know about you, but we love the classic drama a tufted sofa can bring to a space. The tufted sofa's appealing quality in this room is evident in its warm leather upholstery and cozy coffee color, making it a dignified traditional staple n this modern space.
Floating furniture doesn't mean making it hover off the ground but instead pulling it away from the walls to so it sits in the middle of your space. This design technique can be used to all sorts of effects, but what makes it so successful in this room is how the classic influenced tufted sofa and ornate console table add a grounded feel to the layout and create a strong focal point which welcomes you into the space.
This bedroom room has an approachable mix of rustic and transitional styles that it both refined and relaxed. The rustic touches of natural wood and woven elements blend in with the foundational furniture's transitional silhouettes and make the space so feel elegant yet approachable.
It can be hard to make an open living-dining space feel formal. Often the layouts are so open and airy they lend themselves to a more casual vibe, which is fine, but what if casual isn't your thing? This dining area manages to feel formal thanks to two things: #1 dining takes place by the fireplace, which adds grandeur to each meal, and #2 a statement-making table draws you in and makes each meal feel like an event to remember.
Everyone needs a little vacation now and then but unfortunately, most of us rarely can get away as often as we'd like. If your yearning for an escape, we recommend the next best thing, a beautiful landscape painting prominently featured in the living room.
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