This bedroom is stylish and chic, and clever! The closet nook is being used as a small home office. With the hanging pendant light and accented wallpaper, it stands out as a statement in the room instead of an afterthought.
With tailored furnishings, classic accents, and rustic details, the farmhouse bedroom is the true definition of elegance with ease. Anchor the room with a wooden bed and plush bedding, pull in a leather armchair for a cozy reading corner, hang up a round mirror for a chic focal point, and pad the floor with a comfy woven rug. It's all about layering those luxe, cozy touches!
A neutral living room can come off as perfectly elegant or completely washed out. One way to avoid the latter is to work in pops of one color. With this white-on-white-on-beige living room, the red pillows not only add a bold burst of color they also infuse a touch of glam style. Alongside the woven accent pieces, they instantly take this room from classic to chic.
In a classic bedroom, contemporary art and preppy patterns are a surefire way to brighten up your space. Try botanical prints, which often have a watercolor effect to them that's easy to work into a traditional bedroom. Then, use the colors as inspiration for patterned textiles, like punch pillows and even a table lamp. Don't be afraid to go bold with color!
Very often, fall colors have a cozy effect in the dining room. The warm reds, oranges, and browns play well with walnut wood tones and neutral upholstery, so consider pulling in a richly hued traditional rug. Then add in lighting in brown and orange glass and even pull in an antiqued brass bar cart. Playing up this autumnal palette is a surefire way to set the room apart from the rest of your home.
We love the mix of traditional and modern in this living room. The rug, sofa, and coffee table all lean more traditional. But a gallery wall of modern, abstract art, and the mid-century design of the side chairs gives this space a modern edge.
Traditional and rustic elements beautifully blend together in this living room. A traditional, vintage-inspired rug sets the color palette for the space, which is supported through the throw pillows and art work. The armchair features a more traditional frame with a rustic, worn leather finish, which compliments the rustic coffee table. What results is a living room that’s comfortable but refined.
A little Victorian, a little modern, a whole lot of chic. This tabletop arrangement combines modern, abstract art with a classical bust statue—but in a modern matte black. The combination is unexpected, but quite delightful. The marbled glass vase and marble bowl — perfect for keys and other trinkets you want to keep track of — add to the push-and-pull of classical style and modernism this space.
This living room design showcases a harmonious blend of rustic nature and refined touchs. The crisp ivory sofa is contrasted with the natural wood and metal coffee table, which are an unexpected pair but work beautifully together. Mixing refined pieces, like an elegant vase, with an organic floral like the eucalytus is ideal for this relaxed style.
A modern take on a traditional bobbin bed frame gives this bedroom some depth and soul. With a curved frame and turned wood detailing, it contrasts beautifully with the clean-lined bedside table. The surrounding artwork, lamp, rug, and baskets further support the traditional modern vibe of this bedroom.
The Penelope Convertible Crib is an ideal piece to complete the classic style nursery. The gray color goes well with any other color scheme whenever you want to change the theme of the room. The comfortable rocker will soothe you and your baby for some bonding time.
This living room beautifully mixes traditional elements with a slightly rustic, Southwestern vibe. Opting for a more traditional sofa, with its soft cushions and deep seats, grounds this as a space for relaxation and conversation. It also ties in the more traditional architectural elements of the room. But the rustic and Southwestern elements come out in the rug and in the bookcase and coffee table styles. The result? A space that’s grounded, livable, and very inviting.