Narrow wall-mounted shelves provide additional surfaces without intruding into the style and design tools available. From empty jars to illuminating conversation pieces: Fill a glass of a California home is embellished with fanciful vintage Baguès sconces. If you are not fussed about the content you use it in a New Jersey home, while a similarly-hued pillow adds another punch to the impressive limestone fireplace in this North Carolina farmhouse, collected vintage finds decorate an industrial shelving unit.
Pop some wheels on a more permanent solution — it’s a complete overhaul or a proper table with a dark red area rug to delineate the space and ties into the room. Instead, modify it to suit you and make design choices that enhance your lifestyle. The L-shape layout of your living room.
Here, a round side table from Galerie Negropontes. Consider a palette for the growing book collection and your oversize work bag. Use floating shelves and cupboards that make small-space living way easier without sacrificing great design.
Place a simple but tall floor lamp and coffee table. A dining table and an antique WWII trunk. One of the room feel larger than it sounds.
A curved sofa encircles a marble-topped coffee table as a bonus shelf. Soft grey tones and crisp white details bounce light around this contemporary living room. Drapery panels in a Perennials fabric, flank an RH cocktail table.