We love the idea of adding a reading nook to your bedroom for an extra space to unwind at the end of the day. And you don’t have to have a lot of space to do this! A single chair and a basket for books is all you really need. Though a rug for coziness and to section off that space certainly doesn’t hurt!
In a traditional living room, symmetry will be your best ally. We chose a pair of double floor lamps that add extra light to the room with elegance, matching the wall tone to keep the sectional as the star of the room. Adding decorative throw pillows will bring style and texture into the space.
Ornate floral patterns and wall art in subtle hues are scattered delicately throughout this traditional space. Even the traditional rug in light blue and white recalls blossoms and crawling vines, giving the whole space a soft and inviting quality, similar to an English garden.
Monochromatic spaces are great for creating a big mood but can feel intimidating for people who worry that committing to one color will make their room feel intense. A great way to balance a monochromatic style with a more chill vibe is to go green. Here, the sage-colored walls and assorted green hues make the space feel relaxed and interesting but not intense.
In order to conjure the casual vibe that’s often found in California bedrooms, we created this space that’s filled with luxurious neutrals and textures. To get the look for yourself, try adding plush seating, nubby textures, and a bed so comfortable you never want to leave to your space.
A formal conversational living room layout is given a subtle update with some transitional accents. Notice how the coffee and end table have a slightly more contemporary silhouette that helps showcase the more classic silhouettes of the other items in the room such as the wing-back chairs.
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.
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!
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