The open concept dining room and kitchen of this home may be small, but high, vaulted ceilings painted white make the space feel bigger. Continuing the airy mood, the dining table and chairs are light-colored wood and anchored by a white rug with subtle stripes.
Emerald green velvet chairs pair with a live edge wood table in the dining room, creating a look that matches the grandeur of the LA skyscrapers outside the window. For more texture, a sheepskin rug is layered under the table.
A faux sheepskin graces the back of a simple black chair in this living room. The chair, half of a pair, complements the black-and-white-striped canvas storage bins on the bottom of the console table. Tiffany-blue lamps flank a white framed mirror.
A clear lucite chair with a white fur seat feels funky and glamours against a classic cream vanity in this renovated bedroom. The cream upholstered chair adds extra seating while the neutral roman shade in a floral pattern keeps the feminine feel alive in the space.
A mix of vintage chairs create a charming seating area against the live-edge work station that creates a desk for the bunk room. Using mismatched chairs adds a carefree and effortless feel to the room’s design.
This California bungalow is filled with joyful color: orange shelves, green wallpaper, purple patterned chairs, a light pink sheepskin. The overall look works beautifully together thanks to the skillful layering of textures and imaginative pairings.