Neutral and cozy! This living room is modern, welcoming and feminine. The neutral tones of the Ravine Home sofa and Vanesa Accent Chairs in Smoke Grey by Neuvo are contrasted by the gold shine of the coffee tables. The soft hand-loomed rug anchors the whole seating arrangement, adding a polishing touch.
If you’re in a small studio apartment, look for a sofa that matches the scale of your space. Many furniture brands offer “apartment” sizes of their furniture designs. These sofas pack a ton of style into compact frames, so they fit even the smallest spaces — like the Holloway Apartment Sofa by Joybird. Pair it with multi-functional pieces like this storage ottoman, which can go from a coffee table to an extra seat, along with offering some added storage!
When living in a studio apartment, you want the space to feel cohesive. So, choose a color palette and stick to it. In this space, we used pinks and blues as our color base, then contrasted them with whites and wood tones. To elevate the space, we opted for pops of gold and brass. The result is a multi-functional space that feels intentional and cohesive.
Just because you live in a small studio doesn’t mean you have to forgo a dining room table. Simply look for something smaller — like this petite number. We prefer round tables in small spaces, as they allow for more versatile seating arrangements. And its pedestal base keeps the table from feeling visually heavy.
A calming spa-like feel is transmitted by this living room. Sophisticated beautiful neutrals show that accents don't need to pop to be remarkable. The extra greenery and iconic lighting are the extra touches to achieve the ultimate coziness.
This small apartment feels airy and spacious. Effective multi-purpose pieces and calming jewel tones with subtle accents create an inviting atmosphere. A sleeper sofa in the living room makes the space flexible, with a possibility for sleepovers.
This is not your grandparent's wallpaper from the '60s! Wallpaper has come a long way and makes for the perfect accent wall in this modern rustic living room. The Animal art piece pops beautifully against the natural wood wallpaper. The multiple tones in the accent wall ties in the couch, rug and chair to bring the whole design together.
With an open living and dining space, an eclectic approach to furnishings is a great way to create an overarching sense of comfort. Use a sectional to divide up the room while adding comfort, pull in an expandable dining table to add some versatility, and work in rounded pieces like a big armchair, pouf, and curvy coffee table. Then balance it out with eye-catching accents, such as an industrial pendant, abstract art, and a geometric rug. The stylish mix of functional pieces with designs that add color and shape is sure to warm up even the most spacious of rooms.
One of the best things about modern dining spaces is that they often come with gorgeous interior architectural elements, such as exposed wood beams or perfect-condition walls. But even then, it can be hard to decorate a dining room to feel warm, inviting, and airy. Some easy solutions? Try leaning a floor-to-ceiling mirror to give the illusion of more space and bounce light around the room, or hang one statement colorful artwork to shift the focus upward. These are surefire ways to expand the perception of any dining space, which is often eye-level focused.
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