Create an approachable mid-century modern inspired living room with clean lines and rich textures. Cool greys, blues, and whites mix beautifully with the warm tones of a wooden credenza, leather chair, and gold accents for a space that’s both serene and sophisticated.
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Canvas Globe: Interior Homescapes // Gold Polyhedron: William Sonoma // Alabaster & Brass Lamp: Lamps Plus // Midcentury Modern Sideboard Table: Dot & Bow // Over-dyed Turkish Vintage Rug: Kilim // Petrified Wood Bookends: One Kings Lane // Grey Sofa with Chaise: Room & Board // Travertine Coffee Table: Dwell Studio // Leather Chair: Dwell Studio // Sheepskin Rug: All Modern // Stone & Brass Jar: William Sonoma // Blue Velvet Pillow: Zinc Door // Studded Suede Pillow: Overstock
[Total Cost: $10,500]
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White Geometric Lamp: Lamps Plus // Gold Star: J.Crew // World Globe: Overstock // Mid-century Buffet Table: West Elm // Indigo Blue Rug: Overstock // Agate Bookends: West Elm // Sofa: World Market // Drum Coffee Table: Dot & Bow // Ceramic Jar: H&M // Leather Butterfly Chair: Urban Outfitters // Faux Sheepskin Rug: IKEA // Grey Suede Pillow: Target // Scalloped Blue Pillow Cover: West Elm
[Total Cost: $3,400]
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I love the bright, airy look of spaces with soft neutral furnishings. The simple backdrop allows you to have more fun with colorful accessories, and you can easily change things up with the seasons or when your tastes change.
For this living room e-design, I started with a cozy ZGallerie corner sectional. Its clean lines and natural color make it a nice complement to a variety of styles, including this fun midcentury modern accent chair that I’ve had my eye on for a while! I also mixed in some natural fibers like the braided stool and woven tassel basket (perfect for displaying a palm or fiddle leaf fig) to warm up the space. The hand-carved coffee table works beautifully because it doesn’t have to compete with any other intricate furniture pieces, and the detail has a Moroccan vibe I was able to play up with some of the other accessories. A grey and indigo Moroccan rug anchors the space without commanding too much attention, and helps to pull the colored accents together. I stuck with a mostly indigo blue palette, but added in a pop of peachy pink with the throw pillows and playful Rifle Paper flamingo print.
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Could your living room use a little refresh? Whether you’re ready for a full room design, or just need help finding a few new accessories, I would love to help! Check out my eDesign Services page for a list of affordable package options and start creating a space you love.
If you follow me on Pinterest, you probably already know that I’ve been pining over brass bar carts for quite some time. I even turned a cheap Walmart baker’s rack into a “bar cart” to temporarily fill the void when we were living in Savannah (you can see it here in our Savannah home tour). We don’t have the extra space for a bar in our current place, but I can’t wait to find the perfect cart for the perfect corner in our next home (big announcement on that coming soon!).
Although I love them all, my favorite bar carts tend to be vintage brass and rattan styles. I also prefer carts with 2 tiers (as opposed to 1 or 3) – they offer extra space for storing and styling more cocktail goodies and still enough height for taller bottles! While I wait no-so-patiently for the right spot to display my ideal vintage brass bar cart, I thought I’d share some of my top bar cart essentials with you.
p.s. Can we talk about this dreamy Vintage Regency Brass and Glass Cart from Chairish? It would make the perfect backdrop for my cocktail accessory wish list.
12 Go-To Accessories for Styling a Bar Cart:
- Bar Cart
- Wine Rack
- A Vase for Fresh Flowers
- Bottle Opener
- Small Bowl or Dish for Lemon and Lime Wedges
- Cocktail Shaker
- Cup for Stirrers & Small Bar Tools
- Tray for Corralling Liquor Bottles & Decanters
- Ice Bucket
- Mixers & Bitters
- Fresh Flowers
- Cocktail Recipe Book
5 Quick Tips for Bar Cart Styling:
- Use bottles and decanters in varying heights
- Corral smaller items and create visual organization with trays and bowls
- Add warmth with wood and natural textures like rattan
- Use books for layers and adding color
- Keep a vase handy for displaying fresh flowers
Are you having trouble sourcing the right items to decorate your home? I would love to help! I offer several affordable eDesign packages to help with everything from styling your coffee table to designing an entire room. View all package options here and please feel free to reach out to me with any questions!