The symmetrical layout in this earth-toned living room is excellent for conversations with friends. Each guest has plenty of surface space nearby to rest drinks, and the seating is both chic and cozy making this the perfect space for a relaxed evening with company.
This lovely dining area is so serene and welcoming. The upholstered dining chairs invite you to take a (comfy) seat under the brass chandelier warm glow and enjoy the company of friends and family around the circular table.
There are many reasons why mid-century-modern style has dominated the interior design world for such a long time. One big reason is the clever mix of streamlined silhouettes and bold patterns that seem to work well even in the smallest spaces.
They say two heads are better than one, and this design makes us think the same rule applies to coffee tables. Not only does the light woven ottoman serve as additional surface space, but it also balances the larger black coffee table with it's neutral tone. Making the whole area feel more harmonious.
This living room has an approachable mix of rustic and transitional style that is super casual and ultra-relaxed. The rustic touches of natural wood and leather blend in with the foundational furniture's transitional silhouette and make the space so cozy. Pops of blue in geometric patterns add a little bit of edge to the space to keep things interesting.
This open living room showcases quintessential mid-century shapes and finishes. The sleek sofas and rich chairs create enough of a throwback yet trendy feel when mixed with blue tones and brass accents adding warmth and sense of timelessness.
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