A formal conversational living room layout is given a subtle update with some transitional accents. Notice how the coffee and end table have a slightly more contemporary silhouette that helps showcase the more classic silhouettes of the other items in the room such as the wing-back chairs.
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 this reading nook, an oversized black and white photograph of a horse fills the wall behind the chair. This makes the reading nook feel like its own space and separate then the office. A large piece of art or photography can define an area within a room without using walls.
No detail was missed in this mid-century modern office! Blue and white are classy all over when just the right pieces are chosen. Notice the chair's nailhead trim, the texture of gold artwork, and reflections of the angled mirror.
This classically designed living room boasts a refinement that is quite serene. To create a cozy and classic seating arrangement, try pairing two club chairs together. We love the Macon Club Chairs from Hyde park; the contrast of the weathered wood and dark velvet upholstery adds a polished element to this living space!
This office is full of rustic-inspired patterns in a black and white color story. You start with the big pieces, like the geometric rug and plaid curtains. Then you can spot the smaller items, like the fur striped pillows and striped footstool, finishing off a cohesive aesthetic.
Every office needs a reading nook that is a calm oasis from work. This reading nook not only has the best view and natural light in the room, but it also has the perfect combination of calming colors. With the added footstool and large side table, anyone is ready to snuggle up with a book and a cup of coffee.
Crisp, clean whites and warm wood tones pop when paired with deep blues. Since the blues are in the furniture and walls, decor with minimal blue color is used for cohesiveness. Brighten darker areas of the room with white accents, such as the vases above the bookcase and the pendant light.
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