Neutral tones in this living room provide a calming space that can easily be livened up for holiday gatherings by just switching out the pillows! The large Florence Table Lamps by Jamie Young provide ample light for reading and entertaining with a mid-century flair. The leather and exposed wood accent chairs add a sculptural element to the living room.
Putting a big, bright, beautiful rug under the dining table makes this space feel more open. The rug also helps define the room, with the dining table above. Doing more than catching crumbs, the rug brings the design together in harmony.
When selecting chairs for a traditional dining room is good to keep in mind two points. The first one is matching the wood frame with the dining table tone, and the second one is using cushions to soften the look and bring comfort to the family space.
This traditional dining room feels so cheery thanks to the mix of warm and cool tones and playful patterns. Pops of blue can be found in the vase swirled patterned, the wall art, and the traditional rug. Warm colors appear in the gold frame of the mirror and wooden furniture.
Enjoy an intimate meal or mid-day coffee break with your partner with this sweet Mid-Century-Modern dining space. Understand styling elevates the space without causing a distraction allowing you to focus on what's important, good company.
Combine different lines for an expressive look. For more structure, the carpet and sideboard designs are geometric. For fluidity, an abstract painting is full of motion. Putting both of these components together in a room creates an interesting contrast.
Subtle details create a rustic feel in this black and white dining room. The Vitner Black Side Chair offers a touch of farmhouse paired with a white textured rug. A large tree helps bring the outdoors in and offers a neutral pop of color.
Wondering how to make a gorgeous window view the focal point of your room? In this contemporary office, the answer was simply to leave it wide open, front and center. Don't put anything in front of it! Let the furniture surround the view as a frame.
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