This living room features a neutral color palette — whites, blacks, browns. But a variety of natural materials adds texture and visual interest to this space — from the patterned jute rug to the variety of woven baskets and pendants, the solid wood coffee table, and the leather pouf. And no space with natural materials is complete without a pop of greenery!
Soft crisscrossing lines are at delicate play in the styling of this rustic vignette. Selecting elements that relate to each other can create a theme and tell a story. Dedicate a small area to tell a story in your home with a collection of curated mementos.
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!
A dark paint color is the perfect start in creating a moody bedroom design! Layered rugs flank the bed with a mix of patterns and texture. The Tanja Trunk from Anthropologie features a Moroccan print for an eclectic edge and provides storage at the foot of the bed.
The beautifully upholstered chairs in this dining area feature a curving silhouette that adds a perfect balance to the heavy wood table. Calming pastel tones of blue and grey add a cool and breezy feel to this traditional room. A light peppering of brass adds just enough sparkle!
This transitional living room is full of contemporary and classic elements. The glass-doored bookcase has an antique vibe, but with modern lines it fits right into this space. And this unique coffee table is a conversation waiting to happen.
To create a colorful coastal vibe in your home office, pair peachy pinks and corals with natural textures. A coral lamp and bookends are a fun way to bring the outdoors in. A chic white desk keeps the space light and airy.
A sophisticated boho-inspired living room. If you're looking to create a casual seating area with a moody feel, try a neutral palette with high levels of contrast. Here dark accents can be seen through out the space specifiacally on the fireplace and windows for an unexpected pop of drama!
The key with multicolored coastal spaces is to not be too bright – muted tones are best in this color palette. Try soft blues, pinks, oranges, and turquoise for a soothing effect. This home office utilizes all of the above and ties beautifully into the colorful patterned rug.
Cozy, cool, modern...and coastal? Yes! This living room is all that and more. The coastal feeling is brought in by natural materials, such as light woods, jute and greenery. The modern twist comes with the sleekness of the furniture and more refined decorative objects. Nonetheless, this living room is polished and inviting.