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The post I wrote last week about groovy 70s furniture got me thinking about conversation pits. I'm convinced that conversation pits were the pinnacle of architectural evolution, and it's all been downhill from there. Maybe we're just afraid of that kind of greatness. But it's 2015, y'all. We've accomplished so much, and we've come so far. I think it's time to bring the conversation pit back.

Let's Bring Back the Conversation Pit

The post I wrote last week about groovy 70s furniture got me thinking about conversation pits. I'm convinced that conversation pits were the pinnacle of architectural evolution, and it's all been downhill from there. Maybe we're just afraid of that kind of greatness. But it's 2015, y'all. We've accomplished so much, and we've come so far. I think it's time to bring the conversation pit back.

I want this for my game room :)

I want this for my game room :)

Nicolas & Fabienne's Quirky and Colorful London Home — House Tour

Nicolas & Fabienne's Quirky and Colorful London Home — House Tour

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Home theater made for comfort!  pillow bed on floor and beautiful long fireplace under the projector area

Awesome Rooms

Home theater made for comfort! pillow bed on floor and beautiful long fireplace under the projector area

Use fabrics to create a mood. One of the most obvious places to start thinking about transparency and opacity is in regards to your curtains. When choosing curtains, don't only consider how much light you want to allow in, but also think about how intense you want the colors of the curtains to be and whether you want the play of pattern and light that can come from sheer, colorful curtains like those featured above.

Considering Transparency and Opacity in Decor

Use fabrics to create a mood. One of the most obvious places to start thinking about transparency and opacity is in regards to your curtains. When choosing curtains, don't only consider how much light you want to allow in, but also think about how intense you want the colors of the curtains to be and whether you want the play of pattern and light that can come from sheer, colorful curtains like those featured above.

This seaside home takes casual to a new level, right down to the floor. Mix-and-match cushions can be moved around for multiple seating configurations, and the variety of patterns allows for an instant change in the room's decor.

This seaside home takes casual to a new level, right down to the floor. Mix-and-match cushions can be moved around for multiple seating configurations, and the variety of patterns allows for an instant change in the room's decor.

Fantastic living room features a blue striped vaulted ceiling accented with an Orbit Beaded Chandelier illuminating a gray pinstripe sectional by Lee Industries placed un a U formation adorned with blue bolster pillows as well as blue and orange pillows facing a linen Moroccan coffee table with nailhead trim, Casablanca Coffee Table, atop a diamond jute rug.

Fantastic living room features a blue striped vaulted ceiling accented with an Orbit Beaded Chandelier illuminating a gray pinstripe sectional by Lee Industries placed un a U formation adorned with blue bolster pillows as well as blue and orange pillows facing a linen Moroccan coffee table with nailhead trim, Casablanca Coffee Table, atop a diamond jute rug.

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