This space has a rustic flair with a leather sectional that brings some color to this neutral space. A reclaimed wood coffee table completes the space and adds texture and interest. Elements like natural woods help to add to the rustic style.
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.
A modern woven headboard, traditional nightstand, and abstract art might seem too different to go together. Still, as this space proves, they can complement each other very well thanks to a unified natural wood tone throughout each piece.
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.
The natural textures and pale hues associated with coastal style can be a great way to make a space feel casual and inviting. But, it can be easy to veer into kitschy territory with all the beach themed decor. To create a space that feels more subtle, stick to items that recall the beach but don't reference it too directly. In this living room, sandy wood finishes, pale blue accents, and shell-like vessels are nice nods to the coast that don't feel too obvious.
An Industrial Master Suite full of softness and comfort. The harden textures from the accent wall combined with the calming tones of blues and grays help bring the idea of “industrial” to another level. Whether it’s breakfast in bed or just sleeping in, this master bedroom is the perfect serene space to start your day.
One of the reasons why mid-century modern style has become such an enduring trend is it's practical and beautiful forms, particularly its legs. In this living room design, the armchair, coffee table, and sofa all have simple legs, hair-pin and tapered, imbuing each piece with elegant height and making them easy to clean under.
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