Beautiful living rooms with fireplaces

Nothing makes a room more comfortable than a fireplace. Whether your style is modern, traditional, country, or something completely different, a living room with a fireplace is more welcoming than another.

Contemporary living room fireplace

A fireplace doesn’t have to stand out to make an impact. The modern fireplace in this neutral living room by Elms Interior Design blends in with its surroundings mainly because there is no fireplace. The box fits perfectly into the stone wall without drawing attention to itself.

Glass living room fireplace

Fireplaces should by no means be traditional. This contemporary piece from Acucraft Fireplaces has surrounded by a glass envelope that reaches the ceiling. The look is modern and unique.

Fireplace with integrated shelves

Incorporating a small fireplace into a shelving unit is a great way to add warmth to a family or modern living room. In this room designed by John Lum Architecture, he divides the two sides of the built-in wardrobes, creating a sense of balance and symmetry.

Copper fireplace

A copper fireplace surround is a unique design feature in this cozy living room from Lda Architecture and Interiors. The warm finish and special application add a handcrafted element to this eye-catching focal point.

White painted brick fireplace.

To paint the brick or not to paint the brick? So many people hesitate to do this, but here designer Jessica Its proves. So that when a brick fireplace is painted correctly, it can integrate seamlessly into a room’s design. Just make sure that when you paint brick, you have sure you want to do it because after the brick is painted, it is tough to bring it back to its natural look.

Whimsical design ideas for budget bedrooms

Offset shelving

Budget bedroom design ideas can include using pallets or wooden crates for the shelves.

Crates and pallets can be purchased at the nearest department store of boxes without spending a lot of money.

Place the crates near your bed for easy access to your books and phone.

It can also provide valuable storage space that can make your bedroom comfortable and tidy for less.

Use the pallet to create a pallet bed to complete the look.

Door decoration

Dress up the closet door by applying wallpaper.

Buy wallpaper that will emphasize the height of the ceiling while creating a focal point.

Paint the bedroom walls

You can choose different shades to suit the changing seasons, or you can try neutral colors for a minimalist look. Paint the walls in a color that will complement your bedroom furniture or paint a wall in a single color to create an accent wall.

Update your bedding

Changing the bedding can include a duvet cover, pillows, or even the mattress. These changes can have a significant impact on the aesthetic value and comfort of your room. You can buy complete bedding sets or start with one or two pieces at a time.

Coastal theme

If you’re planning on decorating your guest bedroom, children’s room, or even your teen’s bedroom, why not choose a coastal theme? Decor in shades of blue and white combined with wood accents can create a relaxing atmosphere.

Add a touch of class

When it comes to master bedroom design ideas, why not go for a touch of class? One way to do this is to add some rugs to the floor to help tie the whole look together. Choose from a variety of materials such as wool, faux sheepskin, animal prints, or natural fibers like jute.

Use different lights

Bedroom wall decor ideas can be something as simple as adding lights to the walls. Installing bedside lamps is a perfect way to enhance the look of your bedroom without breaking the bank.