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    White barn-style shiplap siding gives the one-dimensional living room texture. While the coffee table with industrial springs and barn doors are quirky focal points.

    This Lowcountry Cabin Went From Down-and-Out to Delightful

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    It's no surprise that cozy throw pillows up the sit-and-stay awhile quotient of any room.

    12 Ways to Warm Up a Plain White Room

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    Bold, large-scale prints feel particularly loud in a white space. Opt for understated
designs, like the brown stripes on these club chairs, to add interest. Brown cording on 
the chairs and pillows provides another delicate touch.

    12 Ways to Warm Up a Plain White Room

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    A natural fiber rug instantly grounds 
a pristine white room by adding a woven rough-hewn layer.

    12 Ways to Warm Up a Plain White Room

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    The secret to this inviting space? Top-to-bottom texture, 
from the scuffed beams (salvaged from an 
old warehouse) to the velvet armchairs to 
the linen draperies flanking the dark gray doors.

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    Pretty and practical 
slipcovered armchairs provide a welcoming 
spot to linger. The walls, coated in a custom shade of white, have a flat finish to create a more historic feel. Finishing the look: 
a rustic drop-leaf table—scored from a fruitful antiquing excursion—
provides a visual break from the pristine palette.

    A Rustic Tennessee Home That Does White Right

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    The secret to this inviting space? Top-to-bottom texture, 
from the scuffed beams (salvaged from an 
old warehouse) to the velvet armchairs to 
the linen draperies flanking the dark gray doors (Gauntlet Gray by Sherwin-Williams).

    A Rustic Tennessee Home That Does White Right

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    Coined by paint maven 
Annie Sloan in the 1990s, 
the term Chalk Paint has become synonymous with paints with a matte—almost chalky—look. The thick finish gives pieces both old (like the passed-down piano shown here) and new a timeworn look.

    This House Will Have You Hooked On Decorating With White

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    While the 300-square-foot living room is short on space (note that narrow coffee table), 
the all-white walls give it
an open and inviting feel.

    This House Will Have You Hooked On Decorating With White

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    80 amazing ideas to transform your living room into everyone's favorite gathering space.

    100 Living Rooms You'll Love

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    Christi's secret to getting a high-end look for less? Paying up for small quantities of expensive fabrics, like the block-printed pillows in the dining room and on the hallway bench (a former church pew).

    10 Ways to Create Down-Home Charm on a Dime

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    A wall of thrift-store paintings of the same subject can have even more impact than a single, more expensive piece. Case in point: the floral-filled gallery wall in Christi's keeping room.

    10 Ways to Create Down-Home Charm on a Dime

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    Central to the room's comfy vibe is the gorgeous Andella Home Chesterfield sofa, peppered with throw pillows in fabrics from the Handmade Home line. Contrasting with the sofa's traditional style, a framed collage of Instagram photos hangs above it while a Restoration Hardware-inspired DIY coffee table is modernized with a color-blocked top.

    This Sweet Alabama Home Is a Handmade Masterpiece

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    In the farmhouse's master bedroom, two French bergère chairs in a classic Louis XV style create a sweet sitting area.

    Step Inside a Texas Farmhouse Decorated With Charming French Country Style

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    The farmhouse's central space combines the living, dining, and kitchen areas without any separation.

    Step Inside a Texas Farmhouse Decorated With Charming French Country Style

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    Jennaea put Christmas magic in overdrive in the family room, where a cardboard deer watches over the jolly scene. Taking a cue from the throw pillows, the family twirled up the tree with papier-mâché ornaments in red and blue, a fresh twist on traditional red and green. For a frosty finish, she hung ice-skate stockings; their nubby white felt complements other neutral textures in the room such as the slip-covered sofa.

    Peek Inside a Historic Tudor Home That's All Things Merry and White

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    Iconic tartan adds instant warmth to a Christmas-inspired cabin's living room. From throw pillows to gift wrap, the preppy pattern adds a little polish to the otherwise understated space. For the tree, a simple popcorn garland, glass ball ornaments, and a wooden crate in lieu of a tree skirt reinforce the home's-stuck-in-time vibe. The fir garland above the mantel and solo sprigs of pine found in vases throughout the house also add an organic element.

    A Cozy Christmas Cabin Nestled in the Woods of Wisconsin

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    If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, you know how sought after open layout first floors are. Creating unity between rooms—which is often done by knocking down walls on the show—keeps your family members as close as possible.

    Tour Chip and Joanna Gaines' Farmhouse Like You've Never Seen It Before

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    This living room features painted beams, a sofa made of repurposed WWII military fabric, vintage steel-welded frame, and leather straps. It pairs the old with the new—like the fireplace.

    This Connecticut Farmhouse Is the Definition of Open and Airy

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    One oversize piece makes a towering statement in a sitting area. Plus, a single showstopper can often be more economical than piecing together an entire gallery wall.

    8 Better Ways to Display Art In Every Room of Your Home

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    Embrace unexpected objects to decorate your living room. Anything can be "art," so don't overlook pieces with texture and patina to add organic style to a space.

    8 Better Ways to Display Art In Every Room of Your Home

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    Use art to play with scale. For instance, these Chippendale chairs felt a little squatty when placed alongside this massive antique hutch, so Lauren filled in some of the negative space with canvas oil portraits.

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    Not wanting to obstruct views of the farm but still desiring texture and a bit of privacy, the owner of this farmhouse made a clever curtain call: Hang the drapes at the center of the window for the best of both worlds.

    This Tennessee Farmhouse is the Epitome of Southern Comfort

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    To encourage while-away-the-day lingering, opt for a 6-inch-thick cushion (as opposed to the standard 3 inches) covered in plaid.

    This Tennessee Farmhouse is the Epitome of Southern Comfort

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    The winning living room — photographed by Spacecrafting Architectural Photography, and staged by Ambiance — is decked out in one of Pinterest's favorite shades, greige, and features on-trend double sofas.

    This Is the Ultimate Dream Home — According to Pinterest

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