By Alyssa Conde. interior. Published at Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 - 23:46:12 PM.
in low-maintenance concrete surfaces—which can read as “cold”— but the colorful rug and funky seating brings warmth and whimsy back into the space.A basement family room lacks natural light. but fun. vibrant colors and textures makes up for missing brightness. Family rooms with fun seatingThe super-soft chairs and sofa shown above are perfect to sink into while binge-watching your favorite series.
when a ceiling light or recessed lighting could do the job while freeing up space?With small spaces. adopt a “less is more” attitude. For instance. instead of many cluttered small art pieces that barely fit on a wall. try going with one large piece that makes a statement.Or. try trading all those tiny knick-knacks for one larger statement piece. You could also get rid of some unnecessary bookcases or display cases that way.
your brand-new home may still lack the charm and character of an older home. our the uniqueness of a truly custom one.The last thing your brand-new home needs is a total renovation. Instead. here are a few details and easier upgrades that let you add your own personality and character to your builder-grade home.
It faces the wall. keeping distractions to a minimum. Mid-century modern family room decorating ideasA cozy and earthy Mid-century modern family room features organic elements like warmly-stained wood. a wicker basket. bamboo wing chairs and vintage pendant lights. A mid-century modern den gets a splash of color from the turquoise cow hide.