If you are limited on space for an office, consider "zoning" an area of the living-room for your workspace. Zoning - means separating areas by function. The trend has become famous thanks to the popularity of open floor plans
What better way to welcome guests to your home than a collection of your favorite keepsakes at the entryway? In this transitional style space, the Modsy designer selected a range of goods that feel both collected and cohesive, creating a welcoming and casual feel to the space.
This home office may be compact, but where it lacks in size, it makes up for with style! The black and white color scheme keeps this modern office space looking streamlined and sleek. The filing cabinet and desk fit snuggly under the stairwell, but with wheels, it can easily be pulled out for extra space!
Bold patterns, bright blues, and a burst of sunshine yellow make this the happiest entryway we’ve seen yet! For those of you dealing with January snow, keep a couple baskets full of scarves, hats, and mittens to grab on your way out the door and beat those winter blues.
Who said neutral color palettes can’t be exciting!? Natural leather tones give muted pops of color that accentuate the more subtle tones of earthy woods and brindles. Dramatic patterns and textures in the poufs and pillows add visual interest without bright colors. The light, but natural wood striations in the coffee and console table help enhance the organic feel of this space!
Not sure what to do with that awkward nook beneath the stairs? How about adding open storage! It's both practical and stylish. Floating shelves add versatile storage, and hooks are perfect for purses and coats. Throw a few baskets in, like the La Jolla baskets from Anthropologie and you'll have the chicest stair nook!
This modern design is perfect for anyone who likes modern without all of the extremely bold colors. Pops of golds, and natural tans make this space feel extravagant yet simple. Thick lines and pops of black give this space the perfect modern look.
Staircases provide a beautiful architectural element to a space, but they can be difficult to style/make functional. By using items of varying heights to go with the descent of the steps, you can accentuate the angle of the staircase. An accent wall color allows the feature to pop, especially in an eclectic living room such as this one!
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