We wanted to make Lorelai’s space feel loud and energetic without the compromise of comfort. The velvet sofa with a deep seat, and rolled arms, makes for the perfect spot to kick back and binge watch old movies and binge takeout from Luke’s diner or Al’s Pancake World. Quirky trinkets are scattered throughout the space, a result of her impulsive habits that lead her to buy whatever she loves in an instant.
We all need to change things up from time to time. Whether you're looking for a change in diet, considering a new hairstyle, or yearning for updated home design, a little change can go a long way to shake of the doldrums. Quickly (and dramatically) change your space and try on a new color palette is an exciting combination like the mossy green and pale pinks in this mid-century modern inspired living room. The new colors will feel like a style metamorphosis.
To ensure optimal TV viewing in your living room, position the largest piece of seating directly across from the media console, such as this chaise sectional. Layered pillows and throws offer a cozy setup for lounging with friends or movie nights. The round mid-century coffee table fits into the arrangement effortlessly for popcorn and drinks!
This stunning window wall is the perfect place for a seating nook. Adding a few simple pieces of furniture and accessories make for a beautiful nook that doesn't block or take away any light. A tree, basket and sheer curtains add a finishing touch for a polished look to your rustic space.
One of the great things about transitional style is that it has an understated quality which allows for bold style choices like saturated wall colors. In this bedroom the the clean and simple transitional style foundational furniture makes room for the boldly colored pink rug and deep blue walls.
We love the way weathered wood tones mixes with soft pinks to create magic in this rustic nursery. Try mixing your accent color with neutral tones for a balanced color scheme. The grey and cream rug anchors the nursery with plush texture and pattern, letting the pink wall color take center stage! A crochet garland hangs from the ceiling, adding a whimsical element.
Sometimes you want a space that showcases your personality like your favorite garment. If you are the kind of person who enjoys wearing something flamboyant, you might want to "try on" some glam style for your space. Think luxe materials like fur, velvet, and gold. They won't just look good in your ensemble but will look fab in your living room too.
As home study solution becomes increasingly necessary, it's essential to set your little learners for success with a dedicated work area. In this room, we've set up a small desk in a window nook that provides lots of natural light and keeps the decor to a minimum to prevent unnecessary distractions during study time.
An oft-overlooked place to set up a bar is your fireplace mantel! This long, narrow surface is a great place for a cocktail center and it can be a fun way to encourage guests to mingle throughout the space. It works both if you’re really tight on space or if you just want a creative way to display your cocktails!
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