They say two heads are better than one, and this design makes us think the same rule applies to coffee tables. Not only does the light woven ottoman serve as additional surface space, but it also balances the larger black coffee table with it's neutral tone. Making the whole area feel more harmonious.
An office needs to be highly functional but that doesn't mean the design has to suffer. A neutral office with a Mid Century spin adds the perfect balance of function and beauty. Keeping the color pallet neutral and warm allows for the space to seem open and bright creating a light and airy office that is sure to promote productivity.
This charming bedroom reading nook makes the most out of plentiful natural light. A low shelf to hold favorite books, plus a smart side table with a rich gold base to hold a beautiful floral arrangement creates an inviting feel. Cozy elements like patterned pillows and faux fur poufs create the cozy feeling that every reading nook needs!
In a neutral space adding texture is important to break up the neutral aspects of a room. Styling with a wood coffee table and adding elements like plants, and metal accessories can bring a different feel into the room. Throw pillows can also add texture, comfort, and a pop of color, making this overall living room warm and inviting for you and your guests.
The conversational seating layout in this design does three important things: It gives everyone a chance to face each other without having to angle their necks uncomfortable. Everyone can enjoy the fireplace at the same time. Finally, everyone gets to see the beautiful view out the window. Know that's what we call smart seating!
Elevate your entry by using black and white accents to create a modern design. Adding in natural woods to contrast the cool-toned black and white creates a warm and welcoming space. Using black and white in the accents instead of key furniture pieces adds a subtle color scheme that can easily be changed or added to throughout the years.
One of the best things about modern dining spaces is that they often come with gorgeous interior architectural elements, such as exposed wood beams or perfect-condition walls. But even then, it can be hard to decorate a dining room to feel warm, inviting, and airy. Some easy solutions? Try leaning a floor-to-ceiling mirror to give the illusion of more space and bounce light around the room, or hang one statement colorful artwork to shift the focus upward. These are surefire ways to expand the perception of any dining space, which is often eye-level focused.
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