midcentury modern points. This triangular desk with its Scandinavian bones fits perfectly in this window nook. To die for.
Mix modern with traditional. "Working with our client, we chose this desk because of its unusual shape and organic design," says architect John Lum. "Originally, the triangular
cottage, a modern loft or a classic Colonial, you can add a nest to keep your home feeling cozy and comfortable at any time of year. Keep your accessories and furnishings consistent with your style and don't be afraid to leave walls up when renovating your space. A little nest to hide in can make your home
look. Modern sofa with vintage and traditional pieces, and large piece of art over sofa.
clean modern furnishings within contrasting planes of well-worn antique textures
but a modern idea for a coffee table. The sofa has a mid-century modern aesthetic, the desk is modern and the French doors add country flair. The pop of bold throw pillows lets us know which decade we're in. See the rest of this home
formal and modern. Plus, there's that tongue-in-cheek Union Jack pillow.See the rest of this homeMore:Pattern Play: Mix Prints for a Traditional-Modern LookSo Your Style Is: EclecticDecorating Secrets: How to Layer Patterns Right
A very midcentury modern take on the chesterfield. It is what makes this