These pieces of furniture make us stop and stare.
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Exotic accents like these carved African drum tables reflect a love of traveling in this space! More apartment decor tips: www.bhg.com/...
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On Safari Another fine example of how the elements of color, pattern and texture can mingle.. to transform a living room and make a bold but delicate statement! From the grand but delicate chandelier to the zebra print (and yes, the furry floor cover!) this room would be a focal point of my dream home. It's one of those "Gotta Love, Must Have" kind of looks!
Living Room Design Ideas
Bold tall-back love seats add unique seating in this fun dining room. More decorating ideas: www.bhg.com/...
Fresh Dining Room Decorating Ideas
Two iconic pieces in one breakfast nook: a Saarine table and Eames molded plastic dowel leg armchairs.
Breakfast Nook Ideas
"Front Door Drop Zone: This entry is modest, but doesn't feel small or stuffy. With two wide drawers and a shelf of baskets beneath (perfect for gloves and mittens), a small demilune cabinet offers a surprising amount of storage capacity. A freestanding coatrack adds a bit of vintage charm to the space while a collage of photographs instills personality. Want to dress up a simple entry like this for the holidays? Simply switch out the plant for a poinsettia and drape some garland over the photo frame."
What's not to love about a piece of furniture that combines style (a curvy silhouette) with function (drawers for storing entryway necessities)?
Fresh Ideas for Foyers and Entries
Blue Living Rooms
Yellow Living Rooms
Add Pattern Pattern, like color, exerts an emotional pull that can jumpstart a decorating style. Whether you gravitate toward crisp stripes, bold florals, or classic toile, pattern can be used to liven up a space. Add a dash of pattern to an otherwise patternless room by draping a quilt or duvet across the foot of the bed, as shown here. A bold, geometric pattern creates an instant focal point in the black-and-white room.
Not only is the headboard upholstered, but the side rails are too. (And check out that fabulous chandelier.)