Since this loft living area relies on a white and neutral color palette to brighten and visually expand the space, shapes and patterns are integral for interest and movement. A faint herringbone design on the back wall and a tribal patterned rug do just the trick.
This view from inside the mudroom shows the transitional nook that connects the mudroom to the kitchen and main living spaces of this extensively renovated two-level urban home. The nook includes a hand-knotted tribal jute area rug that adds softness and pattern over the whitewashed wood floor.
Add a daybed. Encourage lazy afternoon naps by replacing your usual pair of armchairs or sofa with a daybed. Topped with a few unique pillows, it can just as easily serve as a seat for two or lounging spot for one. White curtains and creamy white area rug create a relaxing backdrop in this living room.
A trendy Brooklyn playroom mixes fun tribal patterns with sleek white accents and soft yellow walls. A pretty area rug provides warmth underfoot and a great place to play, while a cozy sofa in the back of the room offers a comfortable place for Mom and Dad.
This built-in mudroom area provides a great space for keeping the house organized and clean. The bench allows for an easy place to take shoes on and off and store them in the cubbies below. Jackets and bags can be neatly hung on the row of hooks, and wicker baskets provide detail as well as extra storage. A tribal rug adds pops of bold color to the light, neutral space.