A homeschool set up doesn't have to feel like an elementary explosion of primary colors in your home. Especially if your children are older, you can successfully and tastefully add a working station into your living room.
Many people think that contemporary design lacks personality veering too far in functionality and forgoing form. But this space, filled with rustic materials, like natural wood finishes and woven textures, and funky sculptural furnishing (that end table looks like it has cute little legs) shows that contemporary design can be whimsical.
Filled with stylish practicality, this rustic blue bedroom with pops of orange makes for a great days' end retreat. Large twin nightstands add an air of stature to the space while their trunk inspired design provides plenty of closed storage.
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.
When Modsy designer Autumn couldn't go on her summer vacation to Disneyland she took matters into her own hands. By creating this fun office design inspired by her fav ride the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad she was able to get her summer vacation fix!
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