A man-cave doesn't have to suffer from clashing sports memorabilia and overstuffed sloppy recliners. Create a masculine living room through color and material selection with blues, leathers, and rich wood tones. A handsome modern blue chair gives the man of the house a comfortable seat to lounge but with a sophisticated and timeless look. A hearty wooden side table is the perfect spot to hold his beer while also adding a sculptural element to the room. Incorporating durable materials like the leather in the pillow and the recycled denim rug shown stand up to wear and tear. Masculine design has come a long way from the man-cave and can be used throughout the house.
A fireplace is a key component in this dining room design. Even in a sparse space, every area should be considered. Try adding a piece of art above the fireplace for a sophisticated look. Paired with branches and minimal accessories, it can be an excellent way to draw the eye.
This dining room has it all. Contemporary lines, warm and inviting wood tones, a rich pastel color palette, and a unique lighting fixture. Pops of pink, beiges, and blues keep this monochromatic palette from falling flat.
A neutral contemporary dining room doesn't have to be void of interest! Carefully considered wall art and accessories are your best friend to achieve the contemporary with look with lots of personality! Sparse pairings of vases achieve the simplicity look while maintaining texture and vibrancy in the dining space.
For this modern entryway, we loved this geometric runner with its simple, clean lines. To add a bit of rustic flair to the space, we added in this rustic tapestry by West Elm. We placed a fur rug by the seating area to create a cohesive modern rustic looking design.
Be bold in your Mid-Century Dining room by adding an accent wall! For this dining room, we chose a beautiful teal to complement the dining chairs. Notice how the gold oval sunburst mirror pops against the bold color.
Using a bold rug in a space can be tricky, especially when choosing other items to incorporate in the space to not compete with each other. Make sure you are picking colors that are present in both pieces. An example of this would be pulling some of your favorite colors out of the rug and making sure the busy and bold art you are using has the same color tones.
We love how this dining room takes advantage of the large picture windows overlooking the outside. Using bold color accents in the dining room is a great way to highlight the natural light that is coming in from the windows and makes the room feel brighter. Matching jewel-tone colors also help the dining room feel more cohesive with the small sitting area that can be used to entertain guests while they wait for food!
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