By Anna Kocharian

Published on February 7, 2016

Photography by BADLANDS BLOG

modern minimalism

When you rather focus on a few key elements of the decor (gorgeous views included) a whitewashed aesthetic provides the perfect backdrop for the space. Pair a bold, rustic dining table with modern ghost chairs, for a pleasant contrast that goes beyond the design. 

Photography by LACQUERANDLINEN.COM

color code

Unexpected color pairings and bright modern accents are banded by a dominating hue to deflect the eye from the dynamic assortment of style pairings in this charming, country dining room.

Photography by GENEVIEVE GARRUPPO FOR LONNY

form and function

Textured accents help solidify a motley of style pairings by instilling a common element within the decor, providing a refreshing essence within the collective space. 

Photography by DIGS DIG

color blocking basics

Consider this layout the best of both worlds – as well as the perfect spot for a weekend brunch. The refined details of the farm-meets-contemporary decor merge in harmony with the chic color block that goes beyond the walls.

Photography by HONESTLYWTF.COM

muted undertones



Bind the decor of a space with varying shades of an exclusive palette, featuring similar undertones to evoke a cohesive feel. We’re loving the pops of white and blue amid the sea of soothing grays. 

Photography by STYLE-FILES.COM

high low luxe 

When it comes to mixing and matching the steal with the splurge, opt in favor of a complementary color palette. We’re loving the combo of an elegant, cream-colored dining chair and a stained wooden seat.