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Need some extra storage with an upcycling twist? The storage ottoman above is a DIY project from the blog Arts and Classy. And it’s actually made from an old tire. The base of the project consists of the tire, of course, and some plywood for a base and lid. Three matching sofa legs sit under the ottoman. Batting and foam sit under the fabric to give the ottoman a smooth look. There’s also a rope layer at the bottom of the ottoman.
If you’re looking for a soft, natural texture, you can’t go wrong with mohair. Especially since it comes in some truly unique colors. The photo above shows a bright maroon shade that would look great in a variety of décor styles. Bright, rich colors like these are good for artsy rooms that boast high color. Another good use is putting brightly colored furniture pieces as accents against a predominantly neutral color scheme.
Combining a Modern and Rustic One of the best ways to get a truly unique space is to combine a modern look with a rustic one. The photo above is a redesign from a husband and wife interior design duo at Studio McGee. One of the best ways to get a truly unique space is to combine a modern look with a rustic one. The photo above is a redesign from a husband and wife interior design duo at Studio McGee. The pair did a wonderful job of combining the two styles together.
Bright Colors in a Boho RoomLove an eclectic look? Then you’ll love the boho room in the photo above. It’s from a Pinterest post, which you can see here. If you’d like to try a similar look, the décor is a main focal point in this style. Anything that screams high texture, world culture and bright colors works with this style. Naturally, that gives you a ton of wiggle room. For instance, in the photo you can find a Buddha head, bright flowers and abstract art. l
Looking for a funky, unique style in a home? The room above shows how well bold fabric choices work against dark walls. These fabric and décor pieces just pop. The room is from the blog Aunt Peaches, and features a newly painted living room. The paint is a BEHR color with the name of Cracked Pepper, technically a dark gray shade. The blogger gushes that it looks overall black. But depending on the lighting, it also looks eggplant, blueish or brown.
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This home design is from designer Barclay Butera’s Instagram account. He reports that while working with this homeowner, they were in perfect harmony. And it shows in the design. There’s a lot going on in terms of the color scheme. You have your neutrals in the light browns of the coffee table, sofa and curtains. You’ll also see elements of white and black in the cushions, vertical curtains and pillows, further grounding out the look.
This living room is a feature from Ballard Designs. The photo above goes to show how well white and blue work together. Blue is a very soothing color with tons of shades to choose from. The white creates some negative space to add visual interest to the blue. The photo above gives a good example of how to work with blue shades. The dark blue chairs mix well with the light to royal blue geometric patterns in the other fabrics on the rug, ottoman and curtains.
The room above is from actress Lea Michele’s two-story house in West Los Angeles. Michele is best known for her role in “Glee” as Rachel Berry. InStyle took a look inside her home, and describes it as modern organic. The home overall has expansive, open spaces with white walls, large windows and ebony accents. Those details go with the modern style of the home. From there the unique twists start to make their way in. The home has tons of organic-looking plant life throughout.
If you love an eclectic home with a Southwest twist, you’ll love Brooklyn Decker’s home in West Austin, Texas. Mydomaine gives us a look inside this actress’ unique home, which you can see above. It screams Southwest, from the Native American art to the open rafters on the ceiling. Garland accents over the fireplace, wicker seats and bright flowers give this space a naturalistic feel, as well. Yet white walls and minimalistic drapes keep it more on the modern side.
If you’re a fan of bringing the outdoors inside, you’ll love this space. Its focus is, of course, all the potted plants you can handle. This is a room design from designer Emily Henderson. The room is from her blog. Bold colors and textures really define the space, as well. From the bright blue sofa to the neon pink ottoman, you’ll look for bold colorings if you want to try something similar. The metallic gold table at the bottom left of the photo also adds to the bright design.
The tiny home above is a feature from the blog Tiny House Living. This was actually for rent from Airbnb for a while. It’s located in Austin, Texas. The design does a wonderful job of combining the perfect fabric colors with the rustic interior. The salmon pillow gives the room a shot of color. The beige pillow goes well with the wood interior. And the white seating fabric gives a clean, crisp look. A modern black and white contemporary fabric in the boxy pattern rounds the look out.
The photo above shows a London Café, called No197 Chiswick Firestation. It is a feature on the blog The Lovely Drawer. The key feature of this space is, of course, the velvet. They did a wonderful job of matching muted salmon pink and deep burgundy. Since pink is just a muted version of red, they go great together. Like combining any color with its pastel version to create color cohesion.
The restaurant above is Sketch. It’s located in London. The location is famous for its David Shrigley artwork on the walls. The rose fabric on all the seating, combined with the petal pink walls, gives this place an innocent and heavenly feel. The monochrome room design also helps the artwork on the walls pop.
The photo you see above is a tiny cabin made by Quebec City builder Cabane. It’s a feature from the blog Tiny House Town. With such a tiny space, color coordination becomes key, since you’re jamming more design into a smaller space. The colors on the mini sofa get it right. The black seats, gray back cushions and white pillows all create visual contrast. But the neutral nature of the colors allows them to fit together well. The progression from black to gray to white also has a sort of internal
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A basic cube ottoman is a wonderful addition to just about any room. Especially with some bright colors to make the space pop. The ottoman above is a DIY project from the blog Pretty Handy Girl, where she offers a full tutorial. It’s actually fabric that the blogger sewed into a cube pattern. There’s also a zipper side. Through the zipper, you fill the ottoman with the same type of beads from a beanbag. Optional polyester fiberfill adds further structure and texture.
The photo above is the interior of a tiny home on wheels. It was featured on the blog 100 Days of Real Food, and is the family’s passion project. The family built it so they could spend more time in the nearby mountains. That way, they didn’t have to build a cabin or vacation home. Like many tiny homes, the family made the right choice in the color scheme: tons of white and gray, with wood accents. The white and gray color scheme helps make the space feel airy and open.
The photo above features another ottoman made from a coffee table. It just goes to show how varied these projects can be. The length of the coffee table makes it a good converted ottoman for placing in front of a sofa. That allows more space for people to put their legs up. Foam and batting under the fabric add the texture to the top of the ottoman, and the buttons add a cute tufted texture to the piece. You can see the tutorial from the blog Creative Space here.
Stunning Fabrics and Wood in a The photo above comes from the inside of a converted bus featured on Instagram. It’s the perfect traveling tiny home. The family actually lives in it full-time. The textured wood paneling goes a long way in making this space nice and cozy. It gives visual interest while also giving the feel of a more spacious cabin.
If you’re looking for an easy way to salvage an old ottoman, take a look at this no-sew project. It’s a tutorial from Suburble. The blogger shows what the ottoman looked like before the redo: a bonded leather piece with the top layer flaking off. So it was time for an ottoman makeover. She used some pliers and a flat-head screwdriver to remove the staples from the original fabric, and removed the fabric that way. You may have to remove an outer layer of fabric to get to these staples
While going through our fabric types, you may have come across our mohair fabric. But what is mohair and how do you work with it? You may be picturing a 1960s cross between shag carpeting and Motown music clothing styles. But mohair is actually a classy, comfy fabric type that feels like a cross between wool and velvet. That’s because it’s made from the hair of the Angora goat, which produces a silk-like fabric. Even faux mohair fabric textures work to match the natural softness.