Tapered legs and tufted upholstery are the little details that bring mid-century style to these armchairs. All the cool, gray fabric needs is a black and white lumbar pillow for comfort and a touch of pattern. Add a basket of books to your seating area and it can also serve as a reading nook!
We love the idea of adding a reading nook to your bedroom for an extra space to unwind at the end of the day. And you don’t have to have a lot of space to do this! A single chair and a basket for books is all you really need. Though a rug for coziness and to section off that space certainly doesn’t hurt!
Need a small room to feel bigger? Add a few mirrors around the room to help reflect light and give the illusion of a larger space. In this modern bedroom, the use of oversized mirrors above the nightstand and the large floor mirror do the trick!
Pastels aren't just for kids anymore! This modern bedroom adds minimal pops of pastel pink in decorative accessories, which freshens up the room in a sophisticated way. Adding large mirrors to either side of the bed creates an unexpected focal point while making the room appear larger. Layer in some of your favorite artwork and knick-knacks for a personal touch and get ready to fall in love with your bedroom!
Eames lounge chair—check! Oversized minimalist artwork—check! Streamlined statement lighting—check! This office has all the hallmarks of a mid-century modern bachelor sanctuary. A crisp black and white color scheme allows those mid-century wood tones to really pop!
This charming bedroom reading nook makes the most out of plentiful natural light. A low shelf to hold favorite books, plus a smart side table with a rich gold base to hold a beautiful floral arrangement creates an inviting feel. Cozy elements like patterned pillows and faux fur poufs create the cozy feeling that every reading nook needs!
Many folks rely on their attics as a space for a home office. The challenge is that most attics have a low slanted ceiling, which can make the space feel cramped. We suggest trying to paint the lower have of the wall a slightly darker color than the slanted ceiling. This will help divide the vertical wall surface from the low ceiling, making the room seem taller.
This attic living room's a-symmetrical shape calls for clever storage to keep it from feeling to cramped. A mix of open storage with spare ornamentation and baskets to conceal junk makes the space feel larger and adds practicality.
To walk into this black and white modern bedroom would be a dream come true, wouldn't it? Don't worry, you can easily achieve this look at home! Keep the overall tone neutral and add the black for contrast to elevate the design.
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