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We couldn't resist this orange velvet pillow with pom-poms when we saw it at HomeGoods! It was the starting point for decorating this sofa for fall. We quickly paired it with a faux fur fluffy throw, then used neutral colors for the rest of the accessories. We added lots of gold and shine with these small tables from HomeGoods. Grouped together they are the perfect size for this sofa. They're also very functional since they can be easily moved and used elsewhere. Sponsored by HomeGoods
We added much needed warmth and color to this space. The beautiful gray sofa and slipper chair are fabulous neutral furniture pieces we bought at HomeGoods! They are the perfect starting point for cozying up this sitting area. There's lots of texture in our pillows and throw, with textiles of linen, faux fur, and velvet. Then color. We kept it neutral with the added warmth of gold and the colorful pop of pink! Now this area is warm and inviting! Sponsored by HomeGood
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One of the biggest challenges of living in a single room is figuring out where to put the furniture. Since my current home is a 250 square foot studio, I've experienced this frustration firsthand, so I've decided to create a handy guide to steer you through the process of laying out your studio apartment.
The grey and white creates a neutral background allowing all the coffee table decor to take center stage. The gold trays are the perfect gathering space for all our decorations. Gold is a fresh and welcoming color for any decor scheme. The gold trays add a bit of sophisticated glamour to the design. Sponsored by HomeGoods