5 styled spaces for the home

When you’re bringing together a styled look in the home, seeing furniture pieces, decorative accessories and materials in-situ should give you a quick understanding of the feeling it would evoke in your home. I’ve put together some styled spaces that you can use as a starting point, plus you can click through and see the furniture and decorative accessories used to create the look!

This entrance space (above) styled by Life Interiors can be adapted to many different entrances both in size and style. With its seating and multiple storage options this entrance packs a punch in both functionality and aesthetics. Adapt to incorporate your own artwork and foliage and your entrance will look smart, work well and be beautifully inspired. Click here to see more of the styled space.

This bedroom space (below) styled by Globe West is a lovely juxtaposition of materials. The softness of the upholstered bed counters the hardness of finishes used throughout the space. The simple, yet quirky styling paired with muted material palette creates an interesting visual picture. Click here to see more of the styled space.

This laundry space (right) featured on Tile Cloud is a lovely example of creating a laundry that’s both practical and beautiful. With its mix of subtle shapes adding character to the space and depth to the design, the white tiles should also allow natural light to bounce around the room making the gloomy task of doing laundry a whole lot brighter! Click here to see more of the laundry.

This living space (below) styled by Jardan evokes warmth and comfort through its considered use of materials and neutral palette. With its clean lines and curved shapes the choice of furniture compliments beautifully to off-set the hard finishes and scale of the windows to create a cozy living space. Click here to see more of this styled space.

This dining space (right) featured as part of the Dulux Colour Forecast 2020 is a stunning example of bringing together considered architecture, raw materials and softening the look with textural elements to create a warm and welcoming environment. Click here to see more of this styled space.

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