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!
A perfect view to watch tv from this corner sectional and a tufted armchair. This black and white color palette creates a clean and open space to enjoy larger gatherings with your family. Two bookcases at your fireplace's sides are a great idea to keep organized to room.
Your TV doesn't have to be centered on the wall. This eclectic living room is a prime example of how to make it work in the corner if you have limited wall space. Place a large planter next to the console to balance it out, and bonus points if your greenery can tie into the jewel colors of your artwork!
A TV wall-mounted above the fireplace is the perfect spot to enjoy watching your favorite series and the warming charm from the fireplace. Emerald and citrine jewel tones are an inspiration for the room and can be seen in the wall color and armchair. Enjoy a long weekend with your family watching your favorite series in this mid-century living room.
A lot of traditional spaces have different textured rugs. This is a way of bringing warmth and texture to the living space. Depending on the traffic that is brought to space, will depend on the style and softness of the rug.
This eclectic living room features a dark blue accent wall which gives the space a bold yet relaxing feel. The minimal media console provides needed closed storage in style. Extra greenery in the form of plants gives the space a fresh quality.
This gorgeous living room pairs generally minimal large furnishings with stunningly rich accent pieces. The leafy chandelier glams up the room while tying into the jungle-themed artwork. The large geometric rug ties it all together with rich jewel tones.
A great way to add character to your bedroom is by choosing a single accent wall. Most often in a bedroom, the accent wall is whichever wall the bed is placed on. In this design, we have chosen a dark blue wall to set the tone for the rest of the color palette. As a result, teals and purples pop well without being too much.
This mid-century bedroom had extra space and an otherwise unused corner, so we made a comfy nook! This velvet oversized chair is the perfect spot to cozy up with a book or your favorite TV shows. The sheepskin fur rug brings in extra luxurious cozy vibes.