As Covid-19 has ended large get-togethers and we are now on the path to much smaller gatherings at home with a few family and friends, now is the time to focus on making your home cozy and exactly what you want it to be. That includes your home decor and furniture.
We’ve compiled some simple tips as well as a few select pieces to truly catch the attention of your visitors and get you excited about making subtle, yet impactful changes to your living space. First, up are the tips:
- Select a warm paint color such as cool greens, earth tones and yellows to make the room more inviting.
- Incorporate wood decor to add texture and depth to the space.
- Layer your flooring with rugs of different sizes and patterns for pattern and to catch the eye.
- Blend existing furniture with new pieces to mix classic and modern for a balanced room.
- Introduce small comforts, like pillows and throws for your couch to soften and add a minimal embellishment to your furniture.
With a new plan of action to make your space cozy, below are some new additions to add to your space that will transform it!
This Large Walnut Taffy Mirror by David Hurwitz Originals is a standout piece that will catch any eye. Made of carved walnut featuring spline reinforced miter joints at the corners, with 1/4″ thick mirror glass. Hang horizontally or vertically, it can be custom ordered in other sizes and other woods to meet your preferences.
Perfect as a room divider or placed in any room, this stunning dressing screen from David Boynton Cabinetmaker, LLC is made of colored lacquer and three circular mirrors. Often inspired by Art Deco, Dave has been making fine furniture and cabinet work for more than thirty years.
Incorporate an eye-catching color in your living room with this Reclaimed Oak and Steel Bench from Guild member Dan Mosheim. To learn about this history behind this exceptional read its background story here. Much has gone into the design and inspiration behind this piece, its story will leave you in awe!
A new coffee table can make a significant impact. The Trillium Coffee Table will do just that. Available in several combinations of wood, The two Cherry “wings” of the base are hand-carved. The contrasting Walnut spindles are hand turned. This is a “wow” piece.
We invite you to learn more about our master furniture makers members and find the newest furniture addition to your home.