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Mix Up Your Decor with Mixed Media

Mix Up Your Decor with Mixed Media

Unexpected combinations can add interest and drama to your home design. Unusual combinations created through mixed media home décor and furniture using mixed materials can make your design a memorable one.

Let’s explore a few ways using mixed media can spice things up.

Metal and Wood

Wood and metal are a classic combination that can be found in the living room, bedroom, and dining room alike. While it isn’t new, look for fresh treatments and combinations to enhance your room’s style. Try a dramatic combination of dark oak and glistening polished stainless steel for a modern effect, or pair distressed wood with a rustic metal for a farmhouse feel.

For a contemporary dining room, try centering your space with a clean-line table featuring a simple wood base and glass top. A glass table is surprisingly versatile and a refreshingly unexpected. To add a rustic vibe to your living space, try an occasional table with a distressed wood top and metal base.

A Touch of Glass

Adding a bit of glass into the mix is a great way to introduce mixed media to your space. A metal coffee table with a glass top is the perfect fit for a contemporary living space. Metal and glass shelving can add function to your home office. Wood and glass can also work well together in the dining room.

A Little Change

If you like the mixed materials look but aren’t looking for a big change or major purchase, look to an accent piece like an end table, coffee table, or sofa table. While small in price, occasional tables lead the way in the bold use of mixed media. Choose from a wide range of material combinations and styles, as well sizes and features to fit the needs of your room.

Don’t be afraid to go bold with your use of mixed media. These pieces can easily become statement and conversation pieces that will tie your décor together.

Visit any one of our eight locations across East Texas and Louisiana today and bring the perfect accent table, coffee table, end table or TV Stand.