One of the ways interior designers add sophistication and timelessness to rooms is by accessorizing with books. Since coffee table books can be pricey, an excellent way to use books as decoration without breaking the bank is to pair high-end books with vintage books found at flea markets, like is done on this table. To maximize an old book’s charm, remove its book jacket to expose the canvas, cloth or paper surface.
This beautiful living room makes use of many natural elements. The leather couch offers a stylish, comfortable place to sit, while the polished live wood table continues bringing natural style to the space.
Cozy up in this eclectic bedroom with punches of color and personality everywhere. Multiple, cool and complementary patterns give the room almost a monotone neutral feel. The eye is drawn to the perky yellow table lamp which is sitting on a slice of an old tree.
Previously, the room had no flowers. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts often uses cut flowers from the garden as an easy way to bring life into a space. “It’s a really inexpensive way to add color,” she says.
Inspired by a velvet cerulean blue sofa, this home features a soft color palette with pops of bold color. Some of the colors were taken from the preppy and Easter-inspired hues that people wear in the Washington D.C. area. Tribal and African accents add a unique element to the neutral and traditional furniture pieces.
A great way to bring an organic feel to an otherwise sleek living room is a live edge coffee table. This beautiful and natural piece of wood plays off the finished wooden bookshelves, fireplace and end tables.
This living room lives in the same open-concept space as the dining room and eat-in kitchen. Neutral tones throughout the space allow those multiple areas to coexist without seeming cramped or overloaded.