Create a space anchored in comfort but bold in style by pairing moody wall art with inviting decor. In this space, a stormy landscape image hangs above cozy modern-rustic decor. Pops of blue throughout the room tie in the art's colors and make it stand out.
Create a warm welcome home for yourself with a cozy bench where you can kick off your shoes, and pair it with a lovely piece of wall art that inspires you. In this image, a serene landscape gives you a moment to decompress after a long day and leave your worries behind before entering the rest of the house.
Whether you're building your decor around you wall art or trying to find art pieces that compliment your decor's vibe, it's important to understand that what hangs on your wall is often what speaks loudest about your intentions for the space. If you really want a space that feels like you, make sure to pair images and design styles that make sense together. For example, in this room, a gallery wall of black and white photos feels sentimental, casual, and inviting and perfectly complements the rustic-contemporary decor.
This dining room with a coastal mid-century modern vibe is the perfect space for the person who wants to keep things in their home casual but chic. The streamlined furniture is elegant in its simplicity, but its honey-colored wood finish feels low-key and relaxed.
This dining area is a great example of how to successfully play with proportions. Note how the slender silhouette of the dining chairs holds up to the more substantial table. This is due to the chairs black color which adds weight to their form and makes them feel balanced with the rest of the design.
The trick to working with a bright multicolor theme is to choose one or two dominant colors. In this room, blue and magenta are woven through the room with delicate purpose. Matching throw pillows with a colorful rug are key components in making this industrial living room design shine.
Basement living areas can feel stuffy because of issues like limited natural light and low ceilings. However, the tall plant in this space adds some needed height to space, and the landscape photo helps to brighten things up a bit.
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