Designers use mirrored tables to make rooms seem larger and to add points of interest due to their reflective qualities. Mirrored elements make such an impact that you can buy smaller pieces to save money.
Handed-down tapestries have been a wall decoration mainstay for centuries. Add a similar look to your living room with an area rug. Choose a rug thatâ€™s either the same length as or slightly shorter in length than your
This light and bright apartment features a second floor landing with a brown cowhide chaise lounge and floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that create the perfect reading nook. A tufted blue sofa is positioned next to a mirrored glass coffee table in a nearby sitting area, while large windows showcase sprawling New York City views.
A long desk, sculptural leather desk chair and incredible Empire State Building view make for an inspiring home office. Brown velvet curtains can also close off the space elegantly when more privacy is desired.
A long gray sectional is paired with a low glass coffee table and hardwood floors for this contemporary living room. Exposed beams bring a touch of rustic to the space, while white walls keep the room light and airy.
The open concept design of this urban apartment easily connects the casual dining area with the kitchen. The corner placement of the charming round tulip table takes full advantage of the amazing city views.
Bold floor-to-ceiling art adorns the wall to the side of this urban industrial open living space. Architectural elements such as exposed brick, beams and ductwork show the raw personality of the neutral space, while understated furnishings serve to highlight the open room's structure.
The large expanse of wall above the sofa in this contemporary urban living room makes the perfect landing place for a pair of paintings. The color palette in the art is picked up in the room with the addition of purple accent pillows, accessories and a chair.
In this urban living room, less is certainly more. A modern sofa is paired with an animal print ottoman and textured rug in the simple seating area. The starburst mirror is the focal point on the poured concrete wall.
The large flexible open space offers jaw-dropping views of downtown San Diego and the bay through the floor-to-ceiling windows. An orange shag area rug defines the living room seating area that features a large sectional. Grid-like squares create a focal wall where the TV and floating fireplace sit.
Your coolest dollhouse ever just came to life. Partition walls mark off a living area in this large loft space. Bright pink and purple paint infuses the exposed metal beams with colorful energy and a neon strip makes the room feel as though it were almost hovering above the floor.