Don’t be afraid of placing furniture in front of window. If it’s not a bulky piece, and has an open bottom like this wheeled side table, it’ll work because natural light will still be able to flow into the room. The open cog-wheel on set of lamps also allow daylight to shine through. The beefy wood-plank dining table and bench work perfectly with the industrial side table and sisal rug.
This rustic wooden console table is topped with an industrial-style iron lamp and striped black-and-white boxes. Contemporary bicycle artwork hangs above the table, adding color and character to the small space.
Just off the living room, a farmhouse-style industrial dining table paired with aluminum chairs create a chic and rustic space. A matching console table with an assortment of accessories ties the look together.
A skylight and 12-foot accordion bi-fold door let plenty of natural light in, while the doors also show off a view of the beautiful backyard from this airy living room. A contemporary blue sectional pairs nicely with the more rustic TV console, as well as the industrial-style coffee table.