Everything about this bathroom design feels refreshing. The original feathered pendant light would contrast the geometric stool on the floor. A leafy plant (instead of flowers) is a nice, original touch that avoids being kitsch.
This small bathroom uses a bold, colorful geometric wallpaper to make the most out of its space. The yellow is echoed by the towels. The rest of the space remains neutral so the yellow really pops. A sleek, ultra-modern tankless toilet stays out of the way until you need it.
Extending the patterned tile to the storage shelves is what turns this bathroom design into something visually stunning. No need to put a door in front of the shelves when the wall looks this good! Also, the zigzagging pipe leading to the pendant lighting is a nice touch that echoes the tile pattern.
Don't let the white of this bathroom fool you: it's anything but boring. Instead of color, it uses textures: the shiny diamond tile in the shower, the two branching wall decor elements, the lightness of porcelain on the wall, and the luxury of marble. It has a nice, clean, classic design, without being boring or expected.
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A quintessential piece of the farmhouse style is the bench at the family table instead of individual chairs along one side of the table. Sometimes, you’ll see a wing chair style for the bench. Color schemes often include muted tones of grays, blues, and greens. Pieces often have signs of wear which gives them a lived-in look. Vintage pieces are a common feature.
The global dining room style combines elements of several other ones to achieve its unique look. In some ways, you can describe it as an eclectic style because it has pieces from a variety of cultures. You’ll find decorative pieces alongside richly colored tapestries. You may see unexpected accessories such as statues and carved wood pieces.
The beach or coastal style creates an atmosphere of lightheartedness and openness that brings a feeling of the sea to the dining room table. You’ll often see pieces that replicate the texture and age of wood such as you’d find on an old boat. Natural materials are predominant. You typically won’t see overt man-made materials like plastic unless it has a coastal theme.
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