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Modern Rustic Living Room With Antique Coffee Table Trunk

Modern Rustic Living Room With Antique Coffee Table Trunk

Antiques don't always have to be statement pieces. Sometimes incorporating antique furniture as a subtle accent is just the thing. Below, we’re using an antique trunk as a coffee table. And a coffee table with built-in storage, no less! As a whole, the room is a mix of modern and traditional lines, so this trunk blends in quite naturally.

Calm Blues: Feminine Master Bedroom

Calm Blues: Feminine Master Bedroom

Feel relaxed and calm in this blue bedroom! Splashes of modern feminine florals in blue dot the room through pillows and wall art. Low-slung understated storage pieces like the dresser and storage ottoman provide essential utility while receding into the room.

Soft and Sophisticated Master Bedroom

Soft and Sophisticated Master Bedroom

What a glorious space to retreat to! This master bedroom features a soft pastel color palette that enhances the serene feel of the space. Gold accents found in the furniture legs, table lamps and geometric mirror up the glam vibes to create a truly chic design.

Bountiful and Beautiful Storage Styling

Bountiful and Beautiful  Storage Styling

Isn't it funny how no matter how much closed storage you seem to have, you'll always need more? That's why it's always a good idea to invest in decorative baskets for your open storage spaces. They hide what must remain hidden while adding texture and beauty to your space.

The Minimal Trend: Dining In Simplicity

The Minimal Trend: Dining In Simplicity

Clean lines and minimal accents are brought to this dining room. Keep your minimalist space interesting using unique chairs and statement art. Symmetry is incorporated around this area by adding the same amount of weight on each side of the buffet. This creates stability, balance, and impact a great way to show off to your guests.

Modern Storage

Modern Storage

Bringing a storage piece next to the fireplace transforms this nook into a functional and inspiring moment in this modern design. A storage piece in a living room, but near the kitchen can be perfect for storing odds and ends or perhaps overflow serving pieces! Add a lamp on top for ambient lighting and your favorite piece of art for personality. 

Mid-Century-Modern Entryway with Bold Black & White

Mid-Century-Modern Entryway with  Bold Black & White

A home entryway is a great place to add an exciting and energetic style. In this space, the modsy designer used bold black and whites and clean Mid-Century-Modern shapes to create a dynamic space that will wake you up before your morning commute.

Accent Chair and Conversations

Accent Chair and Conversations

Armchairs that can change direction work great in a lot of spaces. Everyone will always feel like they're part of the conversation in this layout. With plenty of storage, the space will never seem cluttered or out of order.

Transitional Entryway in Cool Blue Green

Transitional Entryway in Cool Blue Green

This transitional style entryway sets a relaxing and tranquil tone upon entering. The blue-green walls are strong, and the pops of hues in the mirror, rug, and lamp are so inviting.

Coastal Style Entryway in Breezy Color Pallette

Coastal Style Entryway in Breezy Color Pallette

The home entryway is the perfect place to let the outdoors indoors. Here our Modsy designer has incorporated the seaside's colors and textures to play up the beachy vibes. This makes the space feel like a summer day at the coast and who wouldn't want to be welcomed home by that?

Eclectic Style Entryway with Chraming Collection of Homegoods

Eclectic Style Entryway with Chraming Collection of Homegoods

An eclectic selection of items in your entryway can add a charming and welcoming appeal to your space that makes it lovely to come home to. Here the Modsy designer chose goods that complement each other in color but have different style influences, creating a collected and cozy vibe.

Industrial Style Office in an Attic

Industrial Style Office in an Attic

Many folks rely on their attics as a space for a home office. The challenge is that most attics have a low slanted ceiling, which can make the space feel cramped. We suggest trying to paint the lower have of the wall a slightly darker color than the slanted ceiling. This will help divide the vertical wall surface from the low ceiling, making the room seem taller.

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