This space has a rustic flair with a leather sectional that brings some color to this neutral space. A reclaimed wood coffee table completes the space and adds texture and interest. Elements like natural woods help to add to the rustic style.
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.
One way to make your space feel exciting and inviting is to fill it with boldly shaped furniture in luxe fabrics and finishes. In this space, each item has a unique silhouette, and no two pieces are alike. Yet, the use of soft pastel in supple materials brings everything together for a harmonious and exciting look.
Add some GREEN to brighten up your rustic style! Whether its fresh (or faux) greenery or botanical leafy prints, adding a little green creates a more airy, woodsy type of feel. Switching up or adding a wreath or garlands when the season's change can also be a great way to transform your style and add a bit of interest and depth to the overall look.
This neutral-toned Mid-Century Dining Room is anything but boring. The Iron Chandelier above the modern white dining table complements the metal on the tan leather chairs. While the traditional patterned area rug provides warmth and elegance to the space.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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