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I like the couch (but not leather), the rug and the mirror (with the light is cute too)

Chic yet cosy interior, black, grey, white, blue

Zo voel jij je thuis in je nieuwe huis

Sydney Home · Dominique Brammah and Ashley Ryan

Dominique Brammah and Ashley Ryan

The Sydney home of Dominique & Ashley, shot by Eve Wilson for The Design Files. Sofa from MCM House, photograpy by Luisa Brimble.

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love this yellow sofa, wish i was brave enough to commit to such an awesome color Muuto - Rest by Anderssen & Voll

Poppytalk: If I had a house...

If I had a house...

I love this room, Scandi classic design pieces mixed with modern pieces, a french Bistro chair, monochrome could be make it dry but in my mind it's just perfect [esp love the black and white art wall, whilst not a new idea it's very well executed here]

Safari Chair / Arne Norell

Design Inspiration Monday

Love the shelves and art arrangement on the wall, the sofa, the rug. From Weekday Carnival. Couch, Wilhelm by Adea. Beni Ouarain rug from Beyond Marrakech

Luxuriate in the Living Room. A pastel color palette. Interior Designer: Barbara Bendix Becker.

A Pastel Color Palette

While you may be grateful for it in the middle of a cold winter, an ugly heater can be an eyesore that you get tired of having to decorate around. Peeling or chipping paint, the wrong color or shape, or an awkward location can all make a radiator your least favorite piece of your home. Even if you don't have a problem with how it looks, it may just be taking up valuable real estate that could be put to better use. But, don't despair! We've got many ideas and options for improving the…

How To Buy (or DIY!) Your Way Around an Eyesore Radiator

Black and white striped rug, grey sofa, blue chairs. Kate Arends on Glitter Guide

We never tire of modern furniture in vintage homes, like the pairing of this midcentury-inspired sofa and classic marble mantel. A mirror with an elaborate frame contrasts with a rattan stool but thanks to the room’s other timeless elements, like a zebra hide rug and marble-top table, they feel collected and deliberately linked.

Why It Works: Mixing Styles

Mixing styles: midcentury-inspired sofa, classic marble mantel, mirror with an elaborate frame, rattan stool, zebra rug and marble-top coffee table