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!
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!
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.
Comfort comes first in this California Modern living room, with the foundational elements of this space being comfortable and cozy. The high-contrast color palette and mix of materials helps bring to life the mix of modern and rustic elements in this space. But there’s a beautiful balance between the two styles, so neither style dominates the look. Eclectic elements give this space an approachable, personalized vibe.
The perfect way to separate your living and dining space in an open-concept floor plan is through rugs. A pendant above the dining table defines the space as well. Wall art can pull both spaces together for a cohesive look and a complete dining room.
California Modern living is all about cozy foundational furniture, and this space is brimming over with comfy pieces. Everything from the rounded club chairs to the large sofa filled with squishy accent pillows is an invitation to casual comfort.
This dining room is definitely dominated by the dining table. A clean-lined but heavy table, the dark, rough wood creates a definite rustic feel, which is supported by the complimentary wood tones of the dining room chairs. (The two wood tones flow together nicely since they’re both in the warm wood tone family.) But mid-century modern shapes keep the look from veering too rustic.
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