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Chic Industrial Living Room in Blank and White

Chic Industrial Living Room in Blank and White

Some might think a black and white color scheme sounds severe, but this space shows that it doesn't have to be the case. Between the plaid rug and pops of camel, this space feels quite cheerful.

Woven and Wonderful Beachy Living Room

Woven and Wonderful Beachy Living Room

Woven textures in warm wood hues scream coastal. Here twin cane chairs flank the fireplace and encompass a woven coffee table making the space feel oh so beachy and relaxed.

Basement Living Room Work Area in Relaxed Transitional Style

Basement Living Room Work Area in Relaxed Transitional Style

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.

Transitional Style Entryway with Floating Shelves

Transitional Style Entryway with Floating Shelves

What better way to welcome guests to your home than a collection of your favorite keepsakes at the entryway? In this transitional style space, the Modsy designer selected a range of goods that feel both collected and cohesive, creating a welcoming and casual feel to the space.

Airy Dining Room In Transitional Style and Casual Vibe

Airy Dining Room In Transitional Style and Casual Vibe

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.

Bedside Beauty Nightstand

Bedside Beauty Nightstand

We love the sweet bedside table arrangement. The neutral colors, woven textures and fresh plants make this space feel so breezy and refreshing.

1980's Inspired Minimal Bedroom

1980's Inspired Minimal Bedroom

We know what you're thinking, "an '80s inspired bedroom? No way!" But the '80s have come back into interior design in a big way, and we are here for it. Just remember that just because something is totally tubular doesn't mean it has to be totally overboard. Here are designer balanced out the bold patterns with subtle colors and a spear layout.

Mid-Century Modern Trend: Walnut Desk

Mid-Century Modern Trend: Walnut Desk

This simple and sweet Mid-Century Modern office has an on-trend walnut wood desk. The rich wood tone is offset with a black chair and stylish pill mirror in brass.

Beach Breeze Entryway

Beach Breeze Entryway

We love how the minimal styling in this space brings the beach right to you. With just a few simple touches, the ocean-themed wall-art, the seagrass, and the worn finish on the credenza, we feel like we are strolling seaside enjoying the breeze.

Rustic Minimalist Dining Room

Rustic Minimalist Dining Room

The Asher Reclaimed Pine Extendable Dining Table is the perfect spot for hosting your family diinners or just enjoying your morning coffee before the kiddos wake up.

Neutral Industrial Office: Material Hallmarks

Neutral Industrial Office: Material Hallmarks

Wrought iron, wood tones, steel, dark tones are all hallmarks of the industrial aesthetic. Trying to make those elements neutral and inviting can be difficult. Using a white top desk with wood tones and black steel legs can really lighten up the space and keep it neutral. Adding a light color rug with a mix of dark tone colors can tie the whole space together.

Industrial Living Room In Multicolor

Industrial Living Room In Multicolor

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.

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