This furniture can be easily rearranged to create a dining room or a living room. Sofa as part of table seats
If your dining room is open to other rooms, put a high-backed loveseat on the opposite side to keep things open and make the space feel larger.
Create a cozy corner. Here is another great example of a flexible living space. Pushing a sofa against the wall and adding a pedestal table and a pair of shell chairs turns a potentially wasted corner into an intimate dining space.
love the bedside table
collage around TV
When you seriously love a rug but it doesn't quite cover the area you need it to, it's prime for layering. Stick a simple rug underneath in a natural material (jute, rattan or seagrass work well) to cover the difference.
Most of the furniture in this room would get lost against the similarly hued carpet. A rug on top breaks up the sea of ivory.
Focus a larger room into separate spaces by clustering seating around different rugs. In this example, the bottom layer of rugs match, keeping the areas separate but cohesive.
Rug, botanical prints
A gray wall, black frames, and white mats in a variety of widths makes this hallway a family picture gallery favorite.
mixed collage frames with single photos to fill a wall.
Here the frames and mats vary slightly, but restricting the photos to black and whites gives the grouping cohesion.
For indoor cat owners, a litter box is simply a fact of life. That said, nobody wants to make it a particularly visible one. This one is tucked, fittingly, into a corner of the bathroom. The luxurious litter accommodation comes complete with galvanized sheet metal lining and its own ventilation system
The space under the stairs has plenty of niche potential. Go for built-in shelves or drawers, or create a whole new room like with this tiny home office.
Slanted ceilings: Put storage around the periphery of the room. The lowest ceiling height is around the sides. If you block this area, no one is aware of just how low it actually goes.
If your cottage is a warren of tiny rooms, consider taking down walls and creating a more open floor plan. Also, if you have a low ceiling in a one-floor cottage, see if you can rip it out and go up to the rafters.
Placing two loveseats back to back in the middle of this large room creates two distinct areas, each with its own decorating scheme. This is a great way to treat a large space, yet make it feel livable.
Console/Parsons table: Flank the table with chairs. It's a great solution for where to put those extra chairs you only use when your dining room table has the leaf in
Let a table with exotic style inspire your collection. There is a wide variety of items all around this intricate Asian table, from a palm tree to gorgeous paintings; a Buddha to a golden horse. Somehow it all works.
Have an old, vintage door in need of a home? Replace your boring accordion closet doors with it! I love how this door grounds the feel of rustic, cottage charm that this bedroom embraces.
This oversized Greek Key pattern makes a rug wonderfully modern when blown up to a large scale and repeated.
Thinking molding? Think deep. Extending the molding a foot or so longer than the typical length adds height to the ceiling. Texture is found in the different variations of thickness.
Paint already textured molding gold and you’ve hit the jackpot. Not only does it immediately catch the eye, but it instantly elevates this room from comfortably stylish to ooh la la.
table and chairs
Although the palette is light, the box trim, chair rail and crown molding all stand out with a subtle beauty.
Decorative box molding up above! This is the perfect example of using the ceiling as your fifth wall. If your dining room doesn't have a tray ceiling, this is another option to bring in more drama.
Mirrored doors camouflage storage underneath and visually enlarge a small space.
Create a home office under the stairs. A bit of seclusion from the busy-ness of the rest of the house allows for better concentration and privacy when meeting with clients.
Create a sculptural piece. Intricate and exotic screen panels can function as sculpture when mounted on the wall.