A sleek yet overstuffed sectional provides seating in this warm yellow living room. A woven rug and basket add natural texture, while white curtains and crown molding balance the rich walls and dark floor.
This blue living room mixes styles, textiles and colors for an eclectic country feel. Floral curtains harmonize with a red woven rug and traditional white sofas. Dark blue walls add visual depth, while hand-picked accessories complete the space: graphic throw pillows, a tripod lamp and framed art.
This blue and green master bedroom is filled with floral accents such as the canopy, dust ruffle and hold backs. A woven rug lay underneath while a canopy designed by Madcap Cottage takes the headboard to new heights.
To soften the space, designers added a neutral rug. It is 100% woven wool so that it is soft enough for crawling knees, yet durable enough to stand up to growing twin girls and sturdy enough to be cleaned.
Using the neutral sofa and coffee table as a base, the owner can easily switch out pillows, chairs and other accents to make the living room look brand new. A terra cotta vase with branches adds a natural touch to the space that complements the woven area rug below.
In a small outdoor space, an outdoor rug can play multiple roles, creating a seating “island” as it does here, adding color and style, and making the area appear larger thanks to the introduction of an overall pattern. Designer Annastasia Mitchell chose this rug carefully for its seafoam blue color, which repeats the apartment’s interior color palette, “providing a sense of visual flow,” she says, and to repeat the horizontal pattern of the louvered windows.
This navy blue bathroom exudes old world elegance with a sumptuous rug, a table lamp with a statue base and patterned curtains in rich colors. The standout feature of the space, though, is the incredible tile work on the walls, visually creating a sort of woven wainscoting.
Deck out with whitewashed furniture, bold prints and hand-picked accessories, this once-dull bedroom is now an elegant oasis. A gallery wall of framed sketches creates a statement behind the bed. Natural textures – the jute rug, woven bed and branches – add a relaxed coastal feel to the space.
An eye-catching hand-woven cowhide area rug sits under the dining room table, made from pieces of leather stitched together to create a checkerboard look with different shades of gray and gray/beige. The rich rug with resilient canvas underbelly and no slip corner-grip technology adds pattern and a bit of warmth to this neutral dining space.
A decorative woven basket for pillows is a nice, textured detail to add personality and functionality to a space. Hardwood flooring extends out from the blue area rug below the basket. A thick knitted blanket and matching pillow are accented by a colorful floral pillow.