Television Viewing

Guest Room Den

Guest Room Den

This TV room is a stylish and comfortable place to relax by day, and when you have guests, it effortlessly becomes a sleeping quarter. The futon pulls down into a full bed for convenient and comfy place to get a restul nights sleep!

At Home Around the Hearth

At Home Around the Hearth

This cozy living room may be tight on space, but the design is big on heart. Because the furniture layout draws the eye directly towards the fireplace, Placing a large circular mirror above the fireplace not only draws more attention to it but also makes the room seem less snug by reflecting light and creating a sense of depth.

A Pastel Living Room Perfect For Movie Nights

A Pastel Living Room Perfect For Movie Nights

To ensure optimal TV viewing in your living room, position the largest piece of seating directly across from the media console, such as this chaise sectional. Layered pillows and throws offer a cozy setup for lounging with friends or movie nights. The round mid-century coffee table fits into the arrangement effortlessly for popcorn and drinks! 

When Two Become One

When Two Become One

The task of decorating a mix-use space can be daunting if you need to combine two rooms in one but don't want to skimp on style. An excellent solution to creating an area that is functional and fashionable is selecting light-colored furniture with slender and or simple silhouettes. These simplistic forms will give the space an open and modern chic feel and allowing you to bring two room types together seamlessly.

Family Room With Play Area

Family Room With Play Area

One of our favorite ways to kid-zone a living space is to set up a play tent off to the side of a room to clearly define an area that’s all theirs

Legs to Stand On

Legs to Stand On

Sometimes large foundational furniture can make a room feel overcrowded and stuffy. But in spaces like the bedroom, where storage is a must, large items are often essential. To keep things feeling light, consider foundational pieces with slender and tall legs that make the space look more open.

Sitting Pretty

Sitting Pretty

If you're a big reader, you probably enjoy having a comfy reading area somewhere in your house. In this room, we've gone for classic bedside chair layout but selected a chair with more cushion than what you'd typically see in this kind of arrangement—making it ideal for a nice long read.

Tidy and Trendy

Tidy and Trendy

This living space has a minimal approach to the trendy modern-rustic style that makes it feel open and refreshing. Rustic materials like camel leather, worn wood finishes, and a jute rug are chock-full of character, so don't require additional ornamentation or fussy accessories to make the space feel complete.

Homerun Fireside Viewing


Homerun Fireside Viewing

This living room layout hits all the bases when it comes to meeting your needs. The cozy sectional provides a view of the TV, window, and fireplace. Meanwhile, the circular coffee table literally cuts corners making the space seem larger while ensuring nobody bumps a knee on a sharp edge. Yes, this layout knocks it out of the park when it comes to functional comfort.

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.

Coastal Meets Entertaining

Coastal Meets Entertaining

In this coastal living room, a cozy corner fireplace is accented with a large entertainment center to create the perfect environment for hosting parties and family gatherings. This type of furniture piece is ideal for high or sloped ceilings, and is the perfect solution if you don’t want to mount your TV above the fireplace. It also provides optimum storage space, with both open and closed options.

Basement Living Room in Relaxed Transitional Style

Basement Living Room in Relaxed Transitional Style

Basement living areas can feel stuffy because of issues like limited natural light and low ceilings. However, the use of low slung transitional pieces in this space adds additional height to the room while a spare layout keeps things feeling open and makes up for the lack of sunlight.

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