Minimal furniture and ample natural lighting in this uniquely shaped living room give it a spacious and light feel. A neutral leather sofa blends beautifully with the white surrounding walls and neutral floor rug. A burnt orange chair cushion, built in wood shelving unit and hardwood flooring adds warm tones to the bright design. A tall, curved floor lamp and guitar pick shaped coffee table add shape to round out the look.
This open contemporary great room sitting area features a glass-top cofee table with river-rock base, a neutral woven area rug and a white shiplap ceiling with recessed lighting. The space also includes a sofa with contemporary lamp and end table.
When including a work space in your bedroom, forget the basic boring desk that’s often part of a hotel suite. This glass-topped desk was an outlet find by Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer, who paired it with an acrylic Z-shaped accent table from an antiques store. She also saved on the metallic lamp, mirror and glitzy accessories at a home decor discount store.
A boxy bedside table with glass top is decorated with a textured table lamp and glass embellishments. A semi sheer curtain shading a window behind the table adds a more matte background for the small display. Surrounding the curtain a vibrant and shiny accent wall reflects the light in the room.
This dining room features beach vacation finds turned into a shell-themed Christmas table setting. Breezy fabrics, woven textures and seashells work well with evergreens, mercury glass and elegant china.
A paver patio pathway leads to a stylish outdoor sitting space and continues down to a fire pit area with adirondack chairs. Beige cushions with a center tuft on the backrest pad the wrought iron chairs. A circular table with tinted glass top sits in the center topped with an oil lamp. Natural rock and plants surrounding the space add beautiful texture to the design.
"I love the look of high-end materials like marble and polished brass, but if you can't afford, say, an all-marble kitchen countertop, why not bring those materials into your space by using them on smaller pieces and home accessories? I have a table lamp with a marble base that adds a very posh touch to my home office." -Camille Styles, lifestyle blogger & Creative Director at CamilleStyles.com