Add subtle balance to your sideboard decor with interestingly shaped objects that draw attention to your art. Flanked by 4 uniquely shape decorative objects, the landscape in this image becomes more attention-grabbing and gives the eye a nice scene to focus on.
Getting the proportions of your furniture and wall art right can be a tricky balancing act. Fortunately, decorative items can bridge the gap between what is hanging on your wall and the furniture that rests along with it. In this image 3 delicate line drawings are paired above the right side of a substantial console table while a tall vase and cherry blossom rest on the left. The vase fills in blank space on the wall behind it and leads the eye towards the wall art, which draws your gaze back down to the console, creating a sense of visual balance in the space.
The Ravine Home Drake Sofa is center stage in this design and the almond color fabric is perfection. Adding in pillows with earth-toned colors, texture and pattern create a cozy place to sit back and relax. The reclaimed sideboard adds a hint of mint-colored wood adding to the earthy palette. While the coffee table is more modern and has clean lines the parquet top pairs perfectly with the rustic style.
A black and white monochrome palette lays an uncluttered foundation in this office space! We are simply in love with the selection of low-slung mid-century minimalist furniture. Powerful and handsome hard lines are warmed by subtle earthy wood tones and minimalist layered rugs.
Mid-century modern influenced design is great for cozy but still stylish dining rooms. The use of natural materials like wood finishes and organic woven textures keeps things inviting. The streamlined forms add style.
Get the most out of your holiday decor with a tablescape that delights the eyes with pops of bright autumn color. Here a long table runner in an enchanting shade of red-orange adds a touch of drama to a rustic dining tableau that will have guests drooling before dinner has even been set.
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