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My assignment was to design two rooms for Mor's showroom around two pieces of furniture - the Catamaran sofa and the Calloway Bed. Their Catamaran sofa is very comfortable and versatile. It is fully customizable and could work in a lot of different rooms and styles. Inspired by my family's cabin in Oregon, I decided to do a rustic modern living room. With reclaimed wood coffee and end tables, midcentury cozy chairs, leather stools, and geometric accents this room really came together with a fun vacation home vibe.
I like that this look is also durable and livable - nothing is too precious here, so it would stand up to renters. It is cozy and warm but doesn't skimp on style. I really love these textured side chairs and the leather side stools. This feels like it gives multiple seating options for people to cozy up and watch a movie. The bar cart is a fun addition, and could be set up as a coffee cart or any sort of beverage or snack station - think popcorn and candy for movies or a teapot and cookies for your afternoon cuppa.
The second showroom was a bedroom styled around the Calloway Bed. I decided to mix up the set here and do a white farmhouse style nightstand and dresser to give it a more casual classic vibe.
I chose two sculptural lamps, and some pops of pink to add some color without a lot commitment. I added lots of plants (real and faux), a textured rug, and some stripes. Suddenly this bed that is more of a dramatic statement piece feels comfortable and eclectic, kind of like pairing your favorite jeans with a fancier top.
To style a nightstand, you can never go wrong with a pair of sculptural lamps that add some round shape to this room (with a lot of squares), a vase with some branches and a candle to tie in a little contrasting color.
For the dresser styling I added some taper candles on a tray to add some height and visual interest, a muted piece of art that ties in our color palette, and plants on a stool that adds a little bohemian edge. One of these plants is real, the others are faux to keep things low-maintenance. The muted stripe in the rug pulls in the stripe in the bed pillows and keeps things preppy. For my own house, I tend towards mid-century lines but lately some really popular design bloggers have renovated older homes and chosen more of a classic style for their homes. A bedroom like this wouldn't go out of style, and you could change up the accents as time goes on.
I had a lot of fun styling these rooms, especially since both were a bit different than my usual style and had a certain "look." Just like changing up outfits, it is fun to design in different styles even if you keep going back to your favorite jeans and top!
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What words do you use to describe your style preferences? I usually say I am a beachy bohemian modern and this partly is defined by the house I live in and my city - a ranch style house built in the 1950's in San Diego. How does your environment and the age of your home affect your style? What would you call your style?