Open plan living room ideas Created by ‘Ownby Design‘, this living room is the part of an open floor plan but a few steps down distinguishes it from the rest of the space along with giving a touch of intimacy. Here, the living room, kitchen, and the dining area are flowing from one space to another but still have visibly distinct partitions. The sectional right in front of the divider and custom-designed pillows have created a comfy seating for watching your favorite show on the TV.
A Gorgeous Feature Wall Working with reclaimed wood does require a certain level of expertise, and if you are in love with a really old piece of reclaimed wood, then it is best to treat it properly before reusing it. The most preferred option is of course using planks of reclaimed wood to create a beautiful accent wall in the dining room. This not only gives your dining space a unique sense of style and sets it apart from the rest of the house, it also lets you add a subtle hint of coastal, industrial, rustic or even farmhouse style, depending on your personal preference.
For a lighter and brighter rustic dining room pick a rug that feels fresh and reminds you of a sunny summer day. A shade of yellow will certainly fit that description and be a great addition to a dining room full of dark wooden elements!
Your bedroom must be a blend of current trends and timeless pieces that fit into your personal style and the overall theme of your bedroom. While trends can often define some of the minor details in the room, only adopt what you absolutely love when ushering in significant changes. At the end of the day, it is as much about comfort as it is about style and a fashionable ambiance.
If you have great love for magnificent antique dining rooms, you know that a rug is an irreplaceable decor element that has the power to make or break the room. The safest option is to go with a rug that fully matches the rest of the rustic furniture, but if you aren’t afraid to create a slightly daring look, pick a rug that is proudly showcasing some color!
As textile design becomes more and more adventurous, it can still be surprisingly difficult to find a stylish table runner. The big brands may release only a handful of patterns, and if you’re not a fan of them, your search continues. Even when offering a range of colors, retailers sometimes still manage to leave the season’s hottest hues out of the fun. This fall, colors such as teal, wine and deep grey are all the rage, yet some of these shades are (very) slowly finding their way to the table. We’ve searched high and low to bring you the table runner finds below. From basic solids to trendy patterns (and even a few DIY favorites), get ready to plan your next tablescape
ferm LIVING‘s Asymmetric Cutting Boards celebrate the beauty of solid smoked oak. Use them for chopping, serving and displaying!
Let‘s get started with Crate & Barrel‘s Grasscloth Table Runners, available in Ruby Red, Orange, Mustard, Green, Aqua Blue, Corsair Blue, Violet Purple, Brindle Brown, White and Graphite Grey. Below we see the Aqua Blue and Graphite Grey selections (can’t wait until the grey is ready to ship in late October!).
Bedrooms with walls clad in reclaimed wood have a certain sense of tranquility, an inviting aura, and natural charisma that sets them apart from the mundane. Turning even the sophisticated contemporary bedroom into a relaxing, personal sanctuary, reclaimed wood walls make a big impact both in terms of aesthetics and the mood of the space they adorn. With that in mind, here are 25 of the very best bedrooms that have embraced this trend gleefully. Hopefully they will inspire you to do the same as well!
Decor with Personality Reclaimed barn wood need not always be relegated to the walls alone, and you can give it a more practical and prominent role in the dining room by using it to craft a custom dining table or chairs. These additions obviously seem more at home in rustic and farmhouse-style dining spaces, but they can also add an interesting twist to your modern dining room. If this little move away from the beaten path does not interest you, then you might want to consider a credenza or buffet covered in reclaimed wood to give the dining space a cozy, inviting aura.