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.
This country dining room includes high ceilings broken up by pretty wood beams. The furniture is friendly and casual; the chairs' faint blue glaze brings in the color of the curtains in an adjacent room.
A large window floods this New York City apartment in light, complementing the light furnishings and neutral walls, Several houseplants and a natural rug contribute to the earthy vibe throughout the space.
Natural wood tones, distressed blue paint and a bit of coral give this entry a neutral yet nautical flair. The gorgeous geometric mirror adds a sculptural element and helps bounce light around the space while the grasscloth wallpaper and rug add texture.
TaLaya and Kerrick found their 1500 square foot home to be a storage challenge. This living room features one of TaLaya’s most creative solutions: a large wooden armoire. Woven cane gives the piece a handmade look that is beautifully complemented by the other woven elements in the space. Of particular interest is the patterned basket that ties together the colors of the rug and pillows in the room. The brass stool and accessories deepen the layers of metallic color in the space.
Global-inspired colorful rugs are layered on top of a woven natural fiber rug for a textured, cozy look. The contemporary white sofa is paired with a variety of patterned pillows, while a large piece of abstract art fills the wall.
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.
Multicolor striped rugs bring a fun bohemian influence to this loft sitting space. Natural light from the windows keep the space bright and calm. Low furniture makes the room look spacious and open. A neutral backless bench and large houseplants fill the space.
Sunlight streaming in behind the sofa gives this room an airy and bright look. A mix of textures from the circular tile fireplace surround, dense area rug and natural wood furniture brings great depth to the design. A black leather ottoman adds a bold accent to the neutral and natural look of the sofa and chairs.
This bedroom brings the outdoors inside. A chandelier over the bed is made from painted antlers, and the furniture is rough-hewn. Tan, white, and green plaids in the bed linens and window treatment lend to the rustic feel of the space. A rustic wood chair and coffee table offer the perfect sitting area for relaxing and enjoying a good book. Houseplants lend to the natural element while a green glass bedside lamp helps illuminate the space and tie in the color scheme. A natural jute throw rug anchors the entire area.
A tall, natural wood table compliments the finish of the hardwood floor and wood countertops. A gray and white graphic rug spices up the smooth, solid color elements throughout the space. Tall bar chairs match the industrial feel of the light fixture above. A textured finish over the white cabinets gives an extra touch of detail.
The penthouse at West End Avenue is a study in proportion and light. The spacious master bedroom welcomes tons of natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows, a wall of closets for storage and an ultra comfy neutral rug.
White-framed windows and wooden glass doors let in the light in this cottage sunroom. A white sofa and chaise lounge provide seating over the hardwood floor and tan rug. Square whicker stools sit next to the natural wood coffee table, and blue tie-dye throw pillows add color to the neutral room.
Nothing makes a space warmer than the emission of natural light, and these large windows supply just that. The light that floods the space highlights the colors in the pillows and the rug bringing warmth into the space, making it inviting to the homeowners and guests alike.
A tall natural wood dining table is centered in this kitchen surrounded by upper and lower built in white cabinetry. A gray and white rug perfectly frames the rectangular shape of the table. A window casts natural light over the eat-in space and keeps the room feeling breezy and open.