This living room is what Modern Farmhouse dreams are made of. The seating arrangement, with two stunning white sofas flanking the fireplace, creates drama and a true wow factor! The neutral color scheme allows the furniture to pop, and it's all offset by the unexpected but welcome pop of light blue seen in the distressed rug.
A mix of warm neutrals and cool grays make this living room—conversation area, both chic and inviting. The contrast of the gray wall against the warm furniture pieces in the foreground help define the seating area and show off the interesting detail on the wall behind it.
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.
Hygge - pronounced, "hoogah" is one of our favorite Scandinavian design styles. For winter especially, hygge is the perfect blend of cozy and warm. We love this bold design featuring a crisp white sofa contrasted with a darker wall. The design is layered with plush textiles and cozy elements that make the space come to life even during the darkest months!
Coastal design is a hallmark of American style thanks to its timeless use of neutral colors and woven textures. But If you want a coastal space to feels a little more playful, remember the same subtle trademarks that make coastal style classic also make it versatile. Here our designer added a bit of flair by using some playful silhouettes in a casual layout.
Sit back and relax in your Modern Rustic Bedroom! The minimal color scheme and warm woods in this bedroom design make the space feel cozy and inviting. Streamlined furniture sticks to the modern style while the Austin Leather Swivel Chair by West Elm adds a pop of color and warmth!
Green and red often recall Christmas time. But, because no one wants their living room to look like Santa's coming in August, many interior designers avoid the color combo all together. However, green and red can create a space that feels both fresh and interesting when used correctly. In this living room, a subtle terracotta red mixes organically with a cactus green for a Southwestern relaxed vibe and not Santa Claus.
Boho style doesn't always have to be light and airy. The style can have a hip moody vibe as well. If you'd like to add a little edge to your boho space, all you have to do is pair some darker colors with rustic boho trademarks. In this design, dark walls pair with cozy faux-fur rugs, woven pieces, and a tapestry for a look that's as boho-chic and edgy-cool as a fringe motorcycle jacket.
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