Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE photography by Paige Rumore

When it comes to a color palette, you know what you like. That’s key to keeping a room’s flow in tact. Stick to what you like (here, it’s blacks, whites, and beiges), and bring in warmth through unexpected textured. Here’s how to bring it all together.

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Sofa is definitely the living room’s most valuable player. Shop smart. A piece in a rich charcoal adds color, while also grounding the space with its richness.

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Sheepskin is often considered to be just a rug. Nonsense! This versatile (and super soft) piece is great for layering over chairs and beds as well.

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Color isn’t the only place where you can mix things up. 

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Blending different styles in unexpected places, like with your chair selection, is an interesting way to spice up decor in a streamlined palette.

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Modern style chair gets a pick-me-up (literally).

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We’ll say it again (and again and again), sticking within a palette needn’t be boring if you choose pieces that inspire you. 

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Unexpected choices that will hang so well together.

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Your palette is neutral. Your furniture style is modern. Time to bring in a little bit of fun. And by fun, we’re all about pattern.

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No matter how much natural light you’re graced with, it’s important to bring in additional sources of light to call on when needed.

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nvite one unique piece (or a few favorite treasures) into the space to make it feel like yours. After all, this room should be a reflection of your personal style.

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE