A dark iron base with a modern lampshade help this lamp look more updated while a contrasting pattern lines the inside of the soft blue shade to add an element of interest. The end table look is completed with a lush green ivy plant and rustic wood coasters.
Take a closer look at this corner of the living room, and you'll see a round end table peeking out from behind the sectional. With plush pillows and a throw in reach, this spot encourages the owners to curl up and read.
This light gray cube storage ottoman called the Trae from company Kvell is the perfect addition to any small space in need of dual-functioning furniture. It's most unique feature is a reversible lid that's a tray table on one side and a cushion seat on the other.
This once-empty corner earned a chic upgrade with the addition of a mirrored console table and soft sheer curtains. A variety of decorative accents are positioned on the table, including a small wooden table lamp with a rectangular shade and two white ceramic vases.
Sometimes, the architecture of your home is the best guide for the style of the furnishings you fill it with; other times, its surroundings will direct you. When choosing furniture for this living room, designer Kristen Rivoli took the latter tack. “This space is in a building right next to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), in New York City, so our inspiration was the classic midcentury modern furniture you might find at the museum,” she says. “We found the side table at a vintage furniture store, but the sofa is new—it’s available through KRID but it has the lines of a classic tuxedo-style sofa. The Brittania light fixture is also new but adds to the midcentury style, and the toss pillows are custom-made in a mellow color palette typical of the ‘50s and ‘60s.”
The curve of green upholstered club chairs adds to the airy and calm aesthetic of this living room, utilizing a neutral color palette to create a comfortable and quiet space. A modern, gold c-shaped side table adds a bit of reflective spark to the muted pastels.