This Singer-Songwriter's Mod-Desert-Boho Living Room Is All Sorts of Yes

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Who: Katie Mack, stylist and songwriter

Where: Los Angeles, California

Why we love this pic: Empty walls can feel like impossible canvases to fill, but not if you take a clue from the multi-talented Katie Mack. (Seriously, this girl is like part-singer/songwriter, part stylist, part decor genius.) Thanks to Katie's extra-lovely living room design, our next project will definitely involve using a gorgeous sideboard or console to build a vignette/gallery wall from. Her eclectic setup is full of interesting items that reflect her interests — but it's really a blend of textures and sizes (hello plant of my dreams) that make this setup so dynamic.

The takeaway: A console vignette is a simple and compelling solution to an empty wall.

Get the look:

Print featuring four people leaning on each other naked against warm sunny backdrop with a symmetrical reflection of the figures on lower half featuring slightly darker hues
credit: Laura Berger
Walnut mid-century console with three drawers sandwiched between two cupboards
credit: Bison Office

Kelly Weimert

Kelly Weimert

Kelly is a full-time freelance writer, aspiring aerialist, and passionate interior design enthusiast. She's a regular contributor to design-centric publications like Apartment Therapy, The Spruce, and TexasLiving Magazine.