Texture

It's a (Cute) Zoo in Here!

It's a (Cute) Zoo in Here!

What can we say? When it comes to kid's areas, we love a theme. This zoo-themed space is just so cute but still manages to not be obnoxious thanks in part to the subtle pastel hues.

Earthy Minimalism

Earthy Minimalism

Warm textures and earth tones are a great way to bring depth to a minimalist space. Add simple lighting like the wall sconce that can move wherever you need it. Abstract art and geometric printed pillows can add dimension while still staying true to minimalist styling.

Calming Retreat

Calming Retreat

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.

Stunning Dining Room Storage

Stunning Dining Room Storage

Storage spaces can be beautiful too. This modern dining room sideboard features a fun wavy textured pattern that has plenty of room to store all your dining room essentials. The glossy white finish makes a brilliant statement against the dark green walls of this dining room.

Green Layers: Texture Galore

Green Layers: Texture Galore

Keep your glam space layered and interesting. Layer velvets with shag and bring in texture with metal detailing. Add oversized art above your sideboard or buffet for a conversation starter and some added character. You will be setting the perfect mood for your dinner party!

Earth Tones and Tradition

Earth Tones and Tradition

Traditional living rooms don't have to feel stuffy or old. The earth tones in this living space are paired with terra-cotta and coral to add color and depth to the space. The bronze coffee table adds a bit of glam and contrast without being over the top and gaudy.

Texture and Elegance in Pastel Tones

Texture and Elegance in Pastel Tones

The large artwork is the focal point in this room. Blending black with pastel pink and muted greys in an abstract composition plays with shapes and lines. The transitional style extension dining table provides lots of room for a larger group to have a fine dining experience. Accessories showcasing glass and metal accents add texture and elegance to the design.

Classic Plus Contemporary Equals Transitional

Classic Plus Contemporary Equals Transitional

The large artwork by the window, brings drama and depth to this living room with a touch of a variety of subtle colors, with emphasis on greens and nature. Cotton yarn woven in a small-scale jacquard pattern of green and cream lends a hint of texture to these classic curtains. A contemporary floor lamp showcases an elegant design with clean lines and sophisticated elements like the thick-cut crystal-accented base and antique brass plated details.

Masculine Living Room In Green

Masculine Living Room In Green

Masculine textures like animal hide, faux fur, leather, woven rattan, and metal create a warm and natural rustic style. Greenery added in plants, botanical art and fabrics lighten and brighten up the space giving you a neutral, yet charming and handsome rustic retreat. 

Cozy Window Nook: Minimalist Bedroom Design

Cozy Window Nook: Minimalist Bedroom Design

This minimalist styled bedroom features a great space to take a little break to relax. This window seat filled with cozy pillows is so inviting! Sticking with one color palette and keeping things simple is the perfect way to create a comfortable minimalist space.

Coastal Living: Neutral Family Room

Coastal Living: Neutral Family Room

Use a neutral palette to create a calm area for relaxing. The delicate hues pair well with the environment. Adding pillows with different textures will also lend to the coast style, creating depth within the design.

Perfect Pillows

Perfect Pillows

When it comes to a neutral room, it’s more about texture and pattern rather than color. On the bed, we have a lovely array of pillows, all very unique. They aren't unique because of color it’s the stitching that sets them apart.

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