As the centerpiece of your living area， it can make (or break) the mood for the rest of your space. We’re guilty of stashing our old receipts and keys there too， but there is a way to make your setup both functional and fashionable. (Hint： Break out those artsy hardcover books–they were MADE for this). Stylist Brynn Elliott Watkins of Being Elliott shows us how with these 6 easy tips.
I loved adding some vintage glasses and my favorite book of surf photographyfunny pillow cases， so creative inspiration is readily available to view. Also， I added some beautiful blooms for a bit of freshness.personalised birthday gifts
I added pops of my favorite colors with fun coasters and throw pillows. I love the way color can help to make you feel better (at least it does this for me).The possibilities are endless!
This leaves more room for entertaining or to prop feet up. I love a sleek look that doesn’t look cluttered. Leaving some space is also ideal for hosting friends for a drink or two.
Use a serving tray as a statement piece， but also as a functional piece for hosting and moving items around. I love having a cute piece that incorporates both utility and adds to the design aesthetic； this ‘70s-inspired tray hits the mark perfectly.
Pull out accent colors and add a mix of other items to keep everything looking good together. Blue and white are two of my favorite color combos so I added my favorite tea cups and vase to really tie-in that color combo. Plus， it looks really cute.
Customize your coffee table to your aesthetic with Society6. There are so so many designs to choose from. I was immediately drawn to the black and white design of this coffee table because I knew I could mix in so many amazing pops of color. Love the way it all turned out!
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I was fortunate enough to find this gorgeous seeded glass cloche at Junk Bonanza last month. ?I love it so! ?I think cloches, aka bell jars, are so beautiful. ?They immediately give anything you put under them more importance.
Agnes Kieler’s love for all things vintage is undeniable. Her projects are full of warm brown tones and the?unique retro feel.It’s no surprise that she is a big fan of the Architextures collection by 7gypsies.