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This modern living room pulls elements from boho, mid-century modern, and others: Learn your preferred home interior styles by reading A Guide to Interior Design Styles: How to Find Your Unique Home Decor Stlye
The sofa is the anchor point of any room, and this 100% leather couch is a huge step up from an Ikea option and is currently a grand less than normal.
This wide and flat double-wick candle not only looks great on your coffee table, it crackles just like a fireplace.
Mid-century and industrial collide in this plant stand that adds texture and a touch of nature. Picking a medium size (and up) plant and lifting it off the floor with a planter is a handsome way to add some life to your room.
→ Got a black thumb? Check out these plants that are easy to care for.
Not a lot of room? Create a homey feel with an attractive accent chair by placing it perpendicular to the couch, instead of facing the TV.
A beautiful, expensive room with sterile lighting is way worse than a budget-friendly room with perfect mood lighting. This large, artful lamp brings the light in right where you need it, so you can still see without it needing to be so bright.
Free Wall Art
Art – and the frames you have to put it in – is super expensive. Primer can help with the first part by slashing the cost of awesome art down to $0. Our free wall art printable series is full of over 42 free downloadable wall art prints.
Minimalist and functional, this coffee table keeps the area in front of the couch feel spacious and open.
Ok, you’ve got 2.5 people on the couch, one in the accent chair…but what happens when you have a full house? A “pouf” like this is easy sub-in seating and works as a side table to stash books and magazines otherwise.
Unlike staged room photos, real people have stuff, and that stuff needs to go somewhere. Employ these wall mounted shelves and make that clutter look like decorations.
No Shooting Sign
A playful bit of vintage 1940s signage for your wall.
Every living room needs a sofa, every sofa needs a blanket. Make it look like it belongs there by choosing one with a sharp and mature design.
Simple without being plain; patterned without being jarring.
Coffee Table Book
Full of some of the most incredible photos of the first century of America’s space program.
Looking to upgrade your pad? Check out more from Primer’s Intentional Apartment series.