Comfort and style come together in this black and white space to create a room desirable to be in. The white color seen in the bedding is accentuated with black accessories like the throw, rug, and artwork. There is a light grey wall color that helps to contrast the black and white color palette presented throughout the rest of the space.
Nothing says, "festive" more than this traditional-inspired holiday living room. Comfort is at the center of this space by way of the plush sofa and warm brown leather accent chair. We've layered a few plaid pillows with warm throw blankets to create the ultimate sofa set-up for the holiday season.
Sturdy furniture combined with a durable rug like this 100% polyester option means your furry friends can join the family at dinnertime without fuss or mess! Accommodating materials allow you to live a stress-free and stylish lifestyle.
Feel relaxed and calm in this blue bedroom! Splashes of modern feminine florals in blue dot the room through pillows and wall art. Low-slung understated storage pieces like the dresser and storage ottoman provide essential utility while receding into the room.
Black and white color palettes can make a room feel bold and exciting. But, sometimes, this high contrast color combo needs some softer accents to make them more inviting. Consider using light wood finishes, to add a welcoming organic feel to your bold B&W space.
These unique swivel chairs complement the contemporary lines of the sofa. A bench is perfect to have extra seating in this beautiful neutral living room. Great decorative pillows are perfect to complement the style. Sit down and enjoy with your family.
This cozy dining room has such a wonderfully uncomplicated feel. The simple forms of foundational furniture, such as the lovely Wishbone dining chairs (a hallmark of Danish mid-century-modern design), make the space feel casual and elegant at the same time.
This entryway has such interesting architectural details; it would be a shame not to style it in way that honors the space. That's why we choose to place the rug at the doorway diagonally. The angle of the rug echos the lines on the wall and calls attention to architecture in a subtle way.
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