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    We love this room. CORT's Zara Desk with Eileen Bookshelves.

    Every room in your home has its own unique use and therefore, its own personality. Choose a rug that fits the mood of your room and know that you'll always feel comfortable! | To see these and more rugs that CORT offers, see

    Chic college workspace -- Vintage desk, pink walls, bright reading lamp, and ornate wall mirror. | Photo from Monica Woody

    Mirrors come in all shapes and sizes and serve different functions. A large leaning mirror can be used to help open up a small, enclosed room or can be set behind an ornate side table to create a decorative seating arrangement with two upholstered chairs on each side. | Catania Mirror

    WORKSPACE | Desk #dreamoffice #workspace

    Office goodness | Office Styling | Inspiration Boards | Moroccan Rug | Brass + Glass Desk Trestle Desk

    Slow wood desk

    Large Desk Organizer Wood Office Organizer Desk Storage | By Etsy seller

    Artist's desk. | Photo by Andrea Cipriani Mecchi

    Desk & Shelves

    DIY Desk with bookcases as legs. So smart!

    Dressing Table

    LOVE the idea of a closet turned cozy book-nook inside of an office! |

    Bedside Table Staging Inspiration: Eclectic stacked books + small succulent + magnifying glass trinket + ceramic owl. | Design by Tori Hendrix

    According to @Martha Stewart these are the 13 most versatile paint colors that go in any room! |

    Rule of thumb for coming up with a cohesive color scheme (in any room): Choose one color for 60% of the room, use two accent hues (15% each), and spice things up with a “pop” color that’s brighter than all the others (10%). |

    Blue and white bookshelf staging. Stacks of books ground each shelf, but staggering them creates visual balance. | HGTV

    Kate Spade photo layout.

    Living Room Makeovers - Before and After: Dark stained beams and dull colors made this room seem closed in. Painting the beams and woodwork in a light grey and the walls in white opened the room up. This helped to visually expand the space. The blue in the fabric brought in much needed additional color.