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The New NeutralWhy we love it… We’re going gray and wouldn’t have it any other way. Elegantly button-tufted, gray leather upholstery serves as a stylish jumping off point for this space, and doubling down on the neutral palette with gray walls and framed art only ups the chic factor. Finished with a striking pop of pink and a few metallic accessories, this room proves you can never have too much of a good thing.
Style tip: Not much natural light in your space? A few well-placed plants (real or faux!) add a jolt of energy to your room.
Soothing SerenityWhy we love it… Light and airy, this space is a refreshing retreat. A singular piece of wall art inspires the scene’s serene mood, with its cool tones and soft lines mirrored in the upholstery’s soft beige fabric and plush pillows. Metallic finishes on the cocktail and end table add a touch of personality, while tall greenery brings more texture to the space.
Style tip: To place your area rug in the perfect spot under your furniture, keep this in mind – front legs on, back legs off.
A Flair for DramaWhy we love it… This room is sure to get them talking. Bold and memorable, this space’s daring colors and intriguing silhouettes strike up conversation, while the curved seating configuration makes chatting over cocktails effortless. Brightly patterned pillows pair well with a solid, neutral rug, and a soft, ethereal piece of art balances out the space’s mood.
Style tip: When space is limited, a garden stool is the perfect chairside accompaniment for easy access to refreshments or reading material.
Blissfully BlueWhy we love it… This dashing upholstered bed is the ultimate focal point as its daring blue fabric and nailhead trim make a dreamy statement fit for this relaxing bedroom. Plush, neutral bedding layered with a few accent pillows in a coordinating color palette create a perfect finishing touch, while lithe florals, a sleek lamp and a decorative garden stool complete the look.
Style tip: When deciding where to place your bed, remember to take into account the direction of the sun so you can snooze a little longer in this functional retreat.
Sublime SlumberWhy we love it… This mix of feminine brights and dark wooden furniture is a match made in heaven thanks to unique craftsmanship accented by ultramodern hardware that creates a pleasing visual texture. Pops of color from greenery, wall decor and even bold accent pillows elevate the overall mood of this space, while glints of metallic sprinkled through the accessories add a surge of sophistication.
Style tip: Adding a bed bench gives you a much-needed blend of storage and comfort and offers an alternative place to perch in this sweet escape.
Calming HideawayWhy we love it… Breezy and polished, this room is a more traditional take on your sleep space with a focus on soft silhouettes and delicate finishes. The pastel blue armoire is an unexpected pop of sweet color that mixes well with the starkness of the white furniture and inspires an assortment of blue accessories throughout the space for a more unified appeal.
Style tip: Even the smallest details like nailhead trim on a headboard or contrast welting on a chair can provide subtle, elegant cues for a dwelling that will allow you or guests to unwind.
Effortless AllureWhy we love it… Rustic simplicity takes center stage in this space. The large, wood dining table features a distressed, driftwood finish that enhances the beauty of the wood grain and showcases its natural appeal. Open shelving adds to the homespun elegance and creates a display for your favorite, farm house-inspired accents, while upholstered chairs at each end of the table soften the room’s overall look.
Style tip: When selecting a rug for your dining room, remember to choose one made of durable, stain-resistant fabric – indoor/outdoor rugs make a wise choice!
Casual CharmWhy we love it… This dining room is a multifunctional dream come true with an aptly sized trestle table that can expand to accommodate even more friends and family. Upholstered chairs with eye-catching wooden back details can mimic the modern lines found in a rug, while muted artwork in a coordinating shade helps create a feeling of unity guests will love.
Style tip: A server or buffet is a great way to make use of your space as it can take you from brunch to after dinner drinks in a flash or act as another area for food so there's more room for plates and décor on the dining table.
An Evening Of EleganceWhy we love it… From darkly finished wood mixed with light upholstery and a muted rug to sweeping, traditional lines, this space has all the elements needed for a magazine-worthy dining room. Armchairs paired with armless dining chairs placed strategically around this gracious table allow for guests to dine comfortably with plenty of space to sit and stay well after the last course.
Style tip: Create a tablescape that suits your needs by finding florals with appropriate proportions and committing to a color palette that is pleasing to the eye and utilizes a blend of textures and shapes.