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Space Saving Dining Desing

Space Saving Dining Desing

If you have a narrow dining space, try using a tall table skinny table. Here the delicate forms of the industrial-inspired furniture feel so light they make the room appear larger.

Materials of Majesty

Materials of Majesty

If you want to add impact to your space without going overboard, consider pairing simple forms and intricate materials. A burlwood console, woven top stool, and marble accents have organic textures that feel ornate and interesting without overpowering the space in this image. The marble themed wall art echos the decor's organic materials, providing an extra level of interest.

Intimate, not Intimidating

Intimate, not Intimidating

Creating a sense of intimacy amongst dinner guests is a great way to ensure lasting memories. So it's good to pull out all the stops for with a lovely tablescape that not only impresses guests but gives them something to talk about as well. Sticking to a less traditional, more modern style ensures the table doesn't feel too stuffy or formal, which will help guests relax.

Breath in Bedroom Retreat

Breath in Bedroom Retreat

We all need a place to get away from it all and what better place is there to do that than the bedroom? For this reason, we suggest making your bedroom space extra comforting by selecting soothing colors and cozy texture to wash away the woes of the day.

Duck Duck, Even the Goose

Duck Duck, Even the Goose

If you have a large family or a lot of roommates, you know, it can be a challenging game to find ample seating that doesn't make your space look overly full. In this space, we've placed foundational furniture pieces in a simple style that provides tons of seating with clean lines to keep things feeling fresh and open. So no one will be left dasing for a seat like in a game of duck, duck, GOOSE!

Nursery Nook

Nursery Nook

If you're working with a smaller nursery space, consider buying a circular or oval crib. The absence of corners will save a surprising amount of space while still providing enough room for your little one to snooze comfortably within.

California Modern Hallway

California Modern Hallway

Hallways don’t have to just be pass-through spaces. In fact, they can create an intentional, thoughtful moment in the middle of your home. This hallway features a built-in cabinet that could be used as a linen closet or just for additional storage. While we used the built-in bench more as a decorative moment, you could also get a full-length cushion and use this area as a reading nook!

Cute and Concise Industrial Style Dining Area

Cute and Concise Industrial Style Dining Area

Get the most out of a small space with this new with practical styling. The narrow table conserves space and leaves room to breathe in the small dining area. Industrial touches add to the modern appeal of the space.

Wake Me in 15

Wake Me in 15

This dramatic headboard with its intricate silhouette and lacquered wood finish is so choke-full of warm character that it feels totally inviting at days end. The supple textures of the decorative pillows make the bed seem extra enticing making it a pleasure to jump into bed but so hard to drag yourself away from in the morning.

Take Time for Design

Take Time for Design

Bedrooms play an essential role in our daily life. It's where you go to relax, decompress, and rest at the end of a long day. The way we decorate our bedrooms helps determine how restful and comforting they feel. So take some time selecting the perfect decor for your sleeping space; remember a good design is a stroll, not a sprint.

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

Facing (and Embracing) the Day

One crucial area of the bedroom that is often overlooked is the dressing area. A designated space where you can get ready to face the day is a wonderful way to ensure that you enter the world feeling confident daily. Plus, creating a dressing area can be as simple as adding a bench or stools to the end of your bed to rest outfit options on and an excellent full-length mirror to ensure you pick the right thing to wear.

Black And White Mid-Century Office: Boss Lady

Black And White Mid-Century Office: Boss Lady

Powerful. Refined. Discerning. Your home office should reflect your professional working style. A black and white color scheme can create an energetic work environment with its high contrast sensibilities. 

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