Start off with a cozy sofa and a crisp white room, then take the look three different ways to suit your individual style. Hayneedle stylist Kaitlyn Batt shows us how to transform basic pieces into a globally inspired, mid-century modern, or contemporary space where you’ll love to kick back and relax.
Mid-Century Modern Living Room
“This style feels very fall-forward with its color pops of rust among the neutrals. I embraced the idea of a true mid-century entertaining vibe by featuring barware in the credenza. Drew Barrymore Flower Home wall art really set the room in motion. The graphic nature of the art, rugs, and throw pillows made this living room feel both reminiscent of the middle of the 20th century and now.”
Modern Living Room
“This living room is all about clean lines, high contrast, and funky details. I chose natural elements like the jute rug, woven baskets, and wispy plant life to balance the bold lines and make the space feel both modern and comfortable.”
Boho Global Living Room
“This space allows earthy textures and worldly décor to sing. I removed some of the originally paired pillows from the couch and layered fur, leather, and fringe in its place to make the seating feel instantly eclectic and cozy. I chose to round out the space with additional elements of large river rocks, ornate crystals, and plenty of candles.”