Sisal rugs are versatile and known for their strength and durability, making them ideal for hard-working kitchens. "Merida nailed their collaboration with Ashe + Leandro, and as soon as I saw this design, I knew it would provide strong visual contrast and drama in such a narrow space. The deep charcoal color was bold enough to stand on its own against the kitchen's edgy wood and marble finishes, and the handwoven sisal and suede composition is ideal for all the traction that area will likely receive. Great design, great wear and tear, can't beat it," says Cortney Bishop of Cortney Bishop Design.
Surrounded by windows, this dining room is illuminated with natural sunlight. The circular table fills the space well with plenty of floor space remaining for comfortably maneuvering through the room. A pendant light centers the room while an area rug adds a touch of color.
This sleek home office features a bright orange accent wall and trendy animal-hide rug. A streamlined black sofa provides seating for clients, while a high window allows natural light to flow through the space.
This open concept dining and living area has plenty of natural light thanks to large, modern windows and doors. An animal hide rug adds a warm, natural element to the room, while acrylic dining chairs create a cool, edgy feel.
This contemporary dining area features a natural wood table, black dining chairs, gray walls, and simple pendant lighting, Double windows allow for natural light and dark hardwood floors are accented with a neutral rug.
With light streaming in from the windows and plants all along the wall, this soothing white living room feels so serene and natural. Patterned pillows and an area rug complete the space and ensure that it's totally comfortable.
This gray living room shows Art Deco influences. It features a neutral area rug with a swirl design, a brown sofa with nailhead trim, a modern neutral end table, and a metal coffee table. Large windows provide abundant natural light.
In one side of this library, a cozy nook houses a large painting of a woman looking over her shoulder. In front of this painting is a gray sofa with coordinating pillows, an oval coffee table, two gold floor lamps and a tiger-striped pillow. Natural light floods the room, providing the perfect spot for a bouquet of fresh flowers.
A wall-to-wall window allows natural light to flood these living and dining areas complete with neutral furniture and a wooden dining table. A metal strap globe chandelier illuminates the dining room, while the living rom features two gold metal shelves and a yellow area rug.
With a little help from an area rug, those soft pinks and blues continue into the dining room. At the same time, walls of windows fill the space with natural light and ensure that it stays airy and bright.
The rich neutral tones and texture of the upholstered window cornice accent the beautiful view outside this transitional dining room. The glass table base and top reflects natural light, maintains openness in the room and provides maximum visibility of the lovely dining chairs and exquisite heirloom rug.
The living room puts its old self to shame! Neutral walls open the space up and better reflect the natural light, while a tufted pink sofa, army green chairs and a blue area rug reflect the owners' colorful, eclectic style.
A textural finish on the wall encompasses the design at room level while a lighter wall section and dark ceiling add beautiful levels of contrast. A sleek wood desk with a chrome frame and yellow and gray striped chair create a stylish workspace facing the bright natural light from the glass door.