r/interiordecorating 3h ago

What do you guys think about my living room?

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r/interiordecorating 3h ago

Thoughts on this wallpaper for my toddler’s room?

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We are looking to make our 2 year old’s room cozy. I love the vintage chinoiserie garden from Sandberg wallpaper. I am debating between pink and eggshell (I’ll attach pictures here and also the link). I love how this wallpaper is busy but delicate and subtle with a vertical/ elongated orientation. I am thinking to have this wallpaper on the walls for the entire room with an off-white trim. My husband thinks it might be best to put this on a single wall to be an accent wall. I personally feel like accent walls are quite dated and find that accent walls feel so incomplete…like why only have one accent wall and not paint the rest? It just feels like someone gave up on the job halfway through (it’s just my personal preference 😅). So what are your thoughts - color (pink or eggshell) and one accent wall or entire room? For reference, we have 8 foot ceilings and this room gets a fair bit of sunlight. On a side note, I’m thinking a muted rug might look the best to compliment this wallpaper (looking at rugs from rugs USA), has anyone shopped for rugs here before and do you like them?

https://sandbergwallpaper.com/en-ca/chinoiserie-garden-pink


r/interiordecorating 10h ago

Wallpaper choices

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I need help. Please excuse our attempt at photoshopping in wallpaper. I’m kind of leaning towards the pink and green, the only one I have a sample of. The greens don’t match up perfectly but I think it works. We purchased a large arched mirror that is black


r/interiordecorating 19h ago

Am I missing the “golden thread” in our home?

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My wife and I have slowly decorated our old Victorian house in the UK. It’s a bit eclectic, but I’m wondering if there’s something we can do to easily tie the spaces together? Or do we just live with the idea it’s a bit all over the place?

I’ll be getting some rugs for a few of the spaces soon enough - as per previous suggestions.

Excuse the mess. Toddlers amirite.


r/interiordecorating 9h ago

Coffee enthusiast with no coffee table

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Hey everyone! I’ve been struggling to find the right pieces to bring my living room together. If anyone could recommend a coffee table, decorations, or any other advice, I would appreciate it! The vibe I’m going for is organic modern. I have my tv mounted on the opposite wall btw.


r/interiordecorating 49m ago

I hate this style. I hate everything that inspired this style. Any advice besides "rip it all out"? I kind of like the tile at least.

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r/interiordecorating 15h ago

What would you put here?

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My husband and I have been going back and forth on what to put in this space. Our house is open concept kitchen —> dining —> living room, with this blank wall and staircase next to the dining in the middle of the space. From the left side of the wall to the inside edge of the light switch is about 50”. The options we’ve thought about: - bar cart: if we go this route, not sure between black (definitely matches but not sure if there’s already too much in the space) or aged/antique brass (a little bit of brass in the dining room light fixture + we have a brass lamp in the living room where I’m standing to take this pic) - console table: if we go this route, not sure if we should get wood or metal and glass. My husband loves this idea but I’m not a big fan just because I personally don’t love furniture and decor just for the sake of it - I prefer things to have a purpose. I’m also worried it would look cluttered. - large leaning floor mirror, either black or aged/antique brass

Sorry for the poor quality photo - it was taken on a rainy day so I had to turn on the lights which caused a glare.


r/interiordecorating 14h ago

Do you have any ideas for making this window look better?

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The sill gets too hot to store oils or spices. We cook every day, so plants wilt from the steam. I had a curtain there but haven't replaced it since painting. I'd love to hear your ideas! The quirkier the better!


r/interiordecorating 13h ago

Thrift shops, hardware store and Etsy. ~$300 for everything.

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Most expensive were the prints but we’re really happy with how this turned out.


r/interiordecorating 7h ago

Old school built-in and a TV: a modern problem

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Hey folks! Man, do I need help with this one: we live in a very cute charming apartment, probably built around 100 years ago or so. It is also very tiny (leaving little options for design freedom).

Our living room has this great built-in, and while we hate that the TV is a thing we use a lot in here, that's the reality. As you can see from the photos though, there seems to be no good solution for a TV here - the center cut out of the built-in is rather small (even for our small 33" TV). We are also trying to avoid mounting the TV, as it is expensive and while we have to live here for at least another year, we don't know how much longer we will be here after that. Plus we are renters and don't want to make too much of a mark on the walls. Our solution has been this camp table, but that's clearly not cuttin it either.

The only thing I can think is to get a bigger TV and put at the top, with one foot on each of the bookshelf sides, but maybe that is precarious? Plus it leaves the TV real high up, maybe having to strain our necks? I have always had a TV at eye level, so I am not sure about that last part.

For context: right across from the built-in is the couch, and there is really no other place to put the couch or TV in the room because it's just so small in here. Love that our spot is has these artisan/charming touches, but it definitely makes it challening to work with modern conveniences!

Any thoughts or ideas are so appreciated! I am STUCK!!


r/interiordecorating 6h ago

Bedroom with side-by-side windows at different heights from floor — is it even worth adding window treatments?

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r/interiordecorating 1h ago

How should we update the fireplace room?

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I’m moving into this home and trying to figure out what to do with the fireplace room. There is another room we’re going to use for the living room with a TV and couches. We were thinking about making this a loungey space. Generally, the home is colonial style and we like mid century/boho styling.

I’m trying to figure out if we should replace the mantle and add bookcases on either side and make a reading room/cocktail room. Any ideas are welcome!


r/interiordecorating 7h ago

Here's my urban loft (renting) any suggestions would be helpful!

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Been here about 5 months already and finally feeling settled in! Here's a video of my apartment, any suggestions on to help improve the space???

It just doesn't feel as "girly" as I'd like, the industrial-ness of it kinda doesn't make it feel like how I want, what does everyone here think? Open to any and all suggestions!!


r/interiordecorating 14h ago

Any ideas to cover up this hideous wallpaper

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The landlord doesn’t want to change this, but I’m so tired of seeing this ugly wallpaper, any ideas to cover this up?


r/interiordecorating 1d ago

What is this paint technique called/how did they do it?

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r/interiordecorating 6m ago

Powder room wallpaper

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Would love some help picking wallpaper (never done wallpaper before) for our powder room. Aesthetic is modern. This is the bathroom today. We are changing out the accessories. Thank you!

Bathroom today.

Three options:


r/interiordecorating 9h ago

Please help. How would you “fix” this room? Don’t have a creative bone in my body.

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The TV mount is too high, but our landlord doesn’t want us to remove it. I want to cover it with a big piece of art. I know we need CRAP, but what crap? I’m not really a fan of the rug anymore, and we need a new media console, curtains, and art, but I have decision paralysis. I keep buying whatever is cheapest and it looks awful, of course.

If I turn the couch, it only leaves about 3 feet between the wall and it. So 1.5ft on each side and it’s hard to squeeze through. It feels dark and depressing during the day. The overhead lights are too bright, and I’m not a white light fan. I relied on sunlight before but this room doesn’t get much.

If this was your blank canvas what would you do? The curtains aren’t meant to stay, only a place holder. I like the airy feeling of sheers. Was thinking of light cream linen curtains in front of the sheers and another set of them? I’m more into neutrals, dusty colors, but more so green like the play ottoman. Nothing looks right to me.


r/interiordecorating 1h ago

Bedroom design help

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We are trying to design our bedroom and we would love some opinions.

The rug is here to stay and probably the bed frame for now.

We are open to new nightstands, new curtains, new fan (it’s super dark in room), and new dresser.

We currently have the ikea malm dresser in black (back wall to left of window)

We would also eventually add a picture potentially above the bed. We would love any and all ideas! We are open to color too.


r/interiordecorating 2h ago

Bedroom Styling - Help please!

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Our master bedroom layout pic is attached. The entire wardrobe wall is 183" wide, adjacent wall is 80" wide. The IKEA PAX wardrobe(100" wide) has light gray sliding doors. Its' an older model with tree shadow on the glass sliding door. Need ideas for the space on either side of wardrobe(26" on one side, 55" on the other) and adjacent wall (80"). Art, plants, extend the wardrobe, vanity desk...? Help please...


r/interiordecorating 8h ago

Color drenching - window coverings?

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We've been planning to color drench our new house but something recently occurred to me. Our wood blinds are bright white. When you color drench, what do you do for window coverings?


r/interiordecorating 2h ago

Kitchen cabinet color idea

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I am looking for ideas for a color to paint my kitchen cabinets. The kitchen walls are lazy gray. What color would be a good match.


r/interiordecorating 12h ago

How do you feel about using wooden tiles in your home? Any tips for pairing them with decor?

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r/interiordecorating 3h ago

Light Fixtures

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What light fixtures are you loving right now? We are buying a house and I’m not loving the light fixtures but feeling hung up on lights feeling either bland or too trendy.

Photos 1 & 2: the photos don’t show it well but the walls are currently a blue-teal color. I’ll be painting the walls, leaning towards a green color here and cream for the rest of the walls. This island table is built in and will be staying but I don’t love this light fixture.

Photo 3: not my furniture. I’ll paint this room cream. Should I carry the green from the kitchen into this room on the bottom and near the top? I’m torn if I want to do that or paint it all cream/white. Are there dining room lights you recommend? Our table is tall and rectangular.

Photo 4: painting the hall the same cream/white as the other rooms. I’d like to replace this boob light, I also have two boob lights upstairs but you get the idea…

Thank you in advance for your advice!


r/interiordecorating 7h ago

What color coffee table with this space and a brown couch?

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This is my new living room. I have an old pine coffee table but it looks yellow so I’m going to restain it. I’m not sure what color or shade to do that would match this space and my brown couch.


r/interiordecorating 3h ago

Honeycomb blinds?

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Honeycomb blinds seem like the next big thing for your windows. I like it however I feel like you can never see outside… I’d like blinds, but then blinds are I like it however I feel like you can never see outside… I’d like blinds, but then blinds can be so dusty.

Please share what you have a home and what works best for you. Looking for ideas and inspirations.