The sleeping section of this studio apartment actually feels quite spacious. It features a queen-size upholstered bed and two nightstands with plenty of room to spare. The space is kept open by utilizing the V Bookcase/Room dividers to separate the zones without closing them off completely. The gray and blue tones have a calm and relaxing effect, perfect for a good night's sleep.
The Verve Rug sets the color palette in the space while the Soho Sofa from ravine Home sits center stage in this studio seating area. On the right are two bookcase/room dividers that separate the living area from the sleeping area and on the left is a cool mid-century accent chair. Sprinkled around the room are pillows, art, and other accents in colors that were pulled straight from the rug for a stylish, cohesive design.
Here's a great example of how to divide a studio floorplan. On the back wall, you see the sleeping area with an upholstered bed and nightstands. In the front area you'll find the living area with a sofa, accent chair and pouf. Separating the two spaces are the V-Bookcase/Room Dividers from CB2. They do a great job of visually separating the two zones but they are open enough that they don't close off the space.
Just because your bedroom doesn't have a door doesn't mean you can't create a cozy oasis! Using tall pieces, like the V-Bookcase Room Divider by CB2 divides the open studio, and provides functional storage. Want to make your oasis even more luxurious? Add a sheepskin rug beside your bed so each morning starts with walking on clouds!
This Modern living room is the perfect escape on a rainy day! The sleek grey sofa is balanced with soft touches, like a pair of jute poufs for your feet and a cozy wool shag rug. The poufs are great additions to any small living room as they can put used for ottomans, coffee tables, and even additional seating.
White furniture can feel very high-end and unapproachable. But when you mix it with natural textures and materials, it takes on a more casual vibe. We love this teak and rattan chair, with white cushions, from Noir. And mixing other natural textures throughout the space — from the pendant light to the room divider and the pouf — make this living room quite approachable.
We love the neutral, texture-filled vibe of this living room. With a white sofa as the anchor for this room, the natural textures of rattan and jute give a boho vibe to this space. A few of our favorite pieces? The rattan bar cart and the sculptural rattan room divider.
This organically shaped rattan room divider isn’t functioning as a room divider in this space — but it almost acts like a sculptural art piece instead. It adds texture and visual interest to a corner of the room that didn’t have much going on otherwise. And it coordinates with the other natural textures going on in this space!
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