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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!

Minimalist-Maximalist Where Subtle Lines Add Harmony

Minimalist-Maximalist Where Subtle Lines Add Harmony

This bedroom feels so put together, filled with eye-catching patterns from the geometric rug to the line art on the wall. The design is cohesive, restful, and eye-catching, thanks to the repetition of slender black and white lines.

Geometric Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Bedroom

Geometric Shapes Abound in Bold Minimalist-Maximalist Bedroom

This bedroom serves as a beautiful reminder of how simple geometric shapes can enhance a space. Every item in this room has a simple form with minimal ornamentation. Still, because each piece is so distinct from the geometric-patterned rug to the arched mirrors, the space feels super dynamic, giving the eyes lots of places.

Subtle Lines Add Harmony to Minimalist-Maximalist Space

Subtle Lines Add Harmony to Minimalist-Maximalist Space

This bedroom feels so put together, filled with eye-catching patterns from the geometric rug to the pillows on the bed. The design is cohesive, restful, and eye-catching, thanks to the repetition of slender black and white lines.

Neutral Bedroom Oasis

Neutral Bedroom Oasis

You don't need color to make a statement in your bedroom! Layer a sheepskin skin over a textured woven style and keep the mix of texture going in your accent pillows ranging from velvet to braided or fur. A funky lamp brings in an eclectic vibe and crisp white accents keep the room feeling clean and light. 

Open Flow Studio Apartment Living Room

Open Flow Studio Apartment Living Room

In this layout, the living space is tucked into the back nook of the apartment, where the bedroom was in the first design. This makes for a more cozy living area that truly feels like a space of its own. This layout also allowed us to use a larger sofa—a good thing to think about if you like to unwind with a TV show at night and want a full-size sofa rather than a loveseat or apartment-sized option.

Open Flow Studio Apartment Eating Area

Open Flow Studio Apartment Eating Area

The kitchen and dining area, while not huge, has room enough for two stools to pull up to the island and create an eat-up dining space. Since there’s a large surface area, the counter can also be used for food prep or as a home office workspace!

Industrial Inspired Living Room With Organic and Mid-Century Flare

Industrial Inspired Living Room With Organic and Mid-Century  Flare

This industrial-inspired living room is giving added texture and warmth with organic accents and some Mid-Century touches. Honey-colored wood and matching geometric wall-art add to the cozy feeling in the space.

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

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.  

Open Flow Studio Apartment Sofa

Open Flow Studio Apartment Sofa

As you can see, this living room is simple but stylish. The combination of white walls and a white sofa give this space a light feeling and don't add visual clutter. But the addition of the yellow blanket ladder adds a stylish, eclectic touch to the set-up—and utilizes vertical space for blanket storage!

Multifunctional and Flexible Studio Apartment Bedroom

Multifunctional and Flexible Studio Apartment Bedroom

When it comes to bed designs that are perfect for small spaces, a spindle bed frame is a stylish and smart option. The space between the spindles creates visual airiness that helps the room feel more open. And opting for a spindle bed with built-in nightstands is a major space-saver and helps the look feel sleek and clean!

Small Apartment with furniture Pulling Double-Duty Living Area

Small Apartment with furniture Pulling Double-Duty Living Area

Just because you have a small living room doesn't mean you have to skimp on seating options. By opting for multifunctional living room furniture, we squeezed in a few extra seats. So, not only do you have the sofa and armchair, but the coffee table is an ottoman, which someone can sit on, and the side table is actually a stool. Not to mention you can pull in the barstool from the desk and even use the bed for extra seating in a pinch!

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