My goal for this design was to bring in your modern, coastal farmhouse style in a neutral color scheme that is visually interesting and full of texture. I did this by incorporating a variety of textures and heights to create contrast. I love your black windows so I wanted to bring in a touch of black throughout to really allows those windows to pop. Having a tall display cabinet on the opposite wall of the vintage door will help balance out the space and add height to the room. I wanted to give you a long desk to use your computers on but also a large table for extra tabletop usage which is great for spreading things out and if more people want to use the space. I hope you love it as much as I do. Thank you so much for the opportunity to help with your home!
Love the light wood on this one and the unique base.
Definitely more on the farmhouse side but the black base really ties into the black window.
Very coastal/modern vibe here. A little smaller than the other options but great!
Just enough color to make it interesting!
A great neutral base to anchor the room.
More on the darker side but great if you want the rug to be more of a focal point.
I love an acrylic chair in this room because it immediately brings in a modern touch and doesn't take up much room visually.
Another great option that are light and easy to move around the room and modern/farmhouse vibe.
Love this option because of how soft it is and it swivels.
More traditional but still fits well with the room.
A nice subtle pop of pattern.
This is a great display cabinet that is sleek and modern and brings in the lighter wood that is everywhere in coastal design. Use baskets inside if you want to hide unpretty items.
More traditional but it works well mixed with the other modern pieces in the room.
For the large blank wall to the right when walking into the room, an organization system would be perfect because it isn't the focal point area but very accessible to every day usage. This calendar is sleek and fun to be personalized.
Very practical with lots of options if you want to use 2 or 3 or 4 on the wall.
Very large and the cheapest option.
I used a lot of lighter wood tones and a variety of textures in the room accents to really play into the farmhouse/coastal style. The pouf is perfect to put by the window for kids to sit on or as a foot rest at the desk. Baskets are an easy decor because it adds functional, pretty storage (I love to put laptop cords inside when I'm not using them). Extra lighting is a must and the round clock is a great switch up to the rectangular frames around the room.
I wanted to use a mix of artwork in the room so it is interesting and not like a museum of all the same type of decor. I know you do photography, so showcasing some of your favorite photos would be amazing in all the photo frames. I added in a fun camera blueprint and a pretty print that you pinned on Pinterest. I also suggest on large bold piece of art. These can be framed in IKEA frames that are very inexpensive. Please double check sizes when ordering to make sure they fit your walls.
I styled your table for practical usage. I started with a sleek, white tray and placed everything inside. A large neutral vase to add height and place greenery stems inside. Next, add a textured bowl to hold office odds and ends inside. Finish it off with a pretty candle.
For the desk, I added accent lighting and just a few accessories because you need all the tabletop space for computers that you can. The artwork on the desk leans against the wall and should be short enough that is doesn't reach the short ceiling angle. The boxes can hold office supplies as well!
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