When you first upgrade from hand-me-downs and furniture freebies, you usually have three key items in mind for the living room: A coffee table, TV stand, and - of course - a sofa.
But one thing you’ll quickly find you’re missing out on is a side table. Or two: One for both sides of the sofa.
A trusty side table is the hidden gem of the living room. The coffee table typically takes centre stage, while the side table sits subtly in the shadows away from the limelight.
But this little afterthought has a lot to give. And there are plenty of ways to incorporate side tables or corner tables into your overall living space aesthetic.
To help, we’ve gathered 21 side table ideas for the living room. The list combines side table design ideas, as well as what decor to use on top.
With January in full swing, it’s that time of year when motivation for New Year’s resolutions fade and old habits begin to creep back in.
So, we sat down with an Olympian, a nutritionist and a fitness and pilates expert, to get their five top tips on not only how to get off your sofa.
As we all focus to bring more natural elements into our lives, green living rooms have become increasingly popular.
Often associated with rejuvenation or health, green is the perfect go-to colour if you’re looking to bring new life into your old living space. It has the ability to make a room feel lighter and brighter, even if natural light isn’t available.
Whether you still live at home, are a renter in a small apartment, or simply want to use your space more effectively, you need savvy storage solutions.
Where space is tight, you don’t want to be dependent on bulky storage units like bookcases and wardrobes. Instead, you want to find alternative ways to store away everything you need, without having to compromise your living quarters.
Which is why we’re here with some of the best storage solutions for small spaces. Check out our list to be inspired into using your space in the bedroom, hallway, bathroom or kitchen more efficiently.
When looking for living room inspiration, neutral and white palettes will always come out top. In fact, white living rooms are one of the most pinned living room ideas of 2021.
If you’re looking to fit the trend, or simply feel that neutrals have a calming effect, this guide is for you.
A lot of people think that neutral living rooms are just stark white or cream. Which can often feel a little cold or impersonal. Luckily there are plenty of warm neutral living room ideas for your cosy retreat.
What you probably don’t realise is that neutral doesn’t just encapsulate creams, beige and white. The palette actually includes any colour that isn’t in a typical color wheel. And that means greys, browns and blacks are there for the taking.
So let’s take a look.
If you’re on the hunt for a new sofa, you’ve likely come across the term ‘modular sofa’ or ‘sectional sofa’ once or twice.
But if you’re not entirely sure what one is, or how a modular sofa differs from a standard sofa, fear not, as we’ve created the ultimate guide. Read on to find out exactly what a modular sofa is, and why you should consider one for your home.
The living room should be a place to relax and recenter. However, as one of the busiest areas of the house, the space can easily become overwhelmingly cluttered.
Unfortunately, most of the things that clutter up the living are deemed essential. Letters, kid’s toys, wires from everyone’s phone chargers, etc. Pair that with sofas, side tables and other accent furniture and you’ve got a lot of ‘stuff’ to organize in the room.
If you’re looking for a way to organize your living room, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether space is premium, or you’re looking for a way to manage the toy-tornado that comes with the Terrible Twos, we’ve got living room storage ideas just for you.
Looking to spruce up your living space, but not sure where to start?
Well you’re in luck: This is your ultimate guide for lounge and sofa inspiration. Whatever your style, budget or room size, we’ve got something that will be right up your street.
Let’s get started.
Whether your living room is long and narrow, open plan, small and stuffy, or perfectly proportioned, you still want to make the space your own.
While our furniture choices can do all the talking, especially when using colours like our teal, vine or brick sofas, walls are the perfect canvas to get creative.
There may be certain features in the room’s build that you want to highlight, or perhaps the room feels a little plain and boxy. No matter what the case is with your space, a living room accent wall is a great solution.