25 Aesthetic Room Ideas for a Low-Key Viral Home

Bohemian style doesn’t mean you have to stick with a neutral base. This living room, for example, goes all out with color, coating the back wall in a pretty teal and swathing the hearth in vibrant tiles. Bathrooms tend to get glossed over when it comes to design—as people prioritize more visible areas like the living room and bedroom. However, it’s always fun to extend your style down to the details. Often, this includes woven decor, vintage furnishings, and vibrant houseplants.

  • Transform trash, thrift store, or hand-me-down furniture into beautiful pieces you can be proud of.
  • The key is to center your living space around a neutral-colored focal point, like this off-white angular couch.
  • From navy paint to floral wallpaper, these are the trends experts say will be huge.
  • A bouquet of fresh spring flowers can brighten any space for the season.
  • Uncover the great architectural secrets that turn a living space into a timeless design.
  • Cool gray tones work beautifully, too, as pictured in this living room by Amy Switzer Design.

Tones of sand and blue-gray together are like a day at the shore. Historical colors such as ochers, reds, and blues conjure up period backdrops. This breezy living room features accessories that can easily transition to summer as the weather heats up. Pink and metallic throw pillows match the neutral woven rug, adding layers of texture to the space. The sky-blue side table pairs well with the various shades of blue in the art prints featured in a gallery wall.

Create your dream home

Don’t be afraid to try several colors spread throughout your home; although you don’t want many different bright colors, painting each room a different color is totally appropriate. To make your house truly idiosyncratic and appealing, add framed photos of your favorite memories, trips, people, and locations. You can print large photographs from different experiences throughout your life to hang as centerpieces on your walls, or you can print small versions to place in standing frames around your house.


A collection of varying taper candles nestled together looks sophisticated and simple at once. You can even incorporate metal candlesticks to create more dimension. To further ground the vignette, place your candles on a wood or glass tray. Proudly displaying your decorated pumpkins is an autumn rite of passage. This season, Morris suggests trying a no-carve pumpkin versus carving. The “ghost painting challenge” is a fun trend circulating on social media right now, and it’s a whimsical way to incorporate a little Halloween spirit into your space.