A pintucked ottoman and two cozy neutral chairs with orange pillows are situated in front of a wall-to-wall bookshelf in this home library. A small table with a lamp finishes off the space, creating the perfect place for kicking back with a good book.
HGTV's Property Brothers reupholstered vintage club chairs in an electric blue fabric to brighten the mood of this dark sitting room. Bamboo blinds, quirky tabletop decor and an industrial end table combine for an eclectic blend of styles.
Designer Geoffrey De Sousa opted for soothing neutrals in linen, suede and silk when creating the Library at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. Shown here is the Padrino Club Chair by Studio Van Den Akker in sand-colored suede.
Impactful blue leather chairs could easily make a space feel overly formal -- but not with the addition of funky camouflage throw pillows and a safari-inspired zebra-print rug. Unique design accents also fill the room with casual personality.
Framed photos of old Hollywood movie stars and historic icons line the Venetian plastered walls in this art deco cigar lounge. An ebony coffee table sits atop the exotic lion rug, while club chairs covered in royal blue velvet finish off the sultry gathering space.
Two vintage club chairs are upholstered in a bright blue fabric to break up the dark, moody colors in this living room designed by HGTV's Property Brothers. The blue curtains and rattan window treatment add texture.
The curve of green upholstered club chairs adds to the airy and calm aesthetic of this living room, utilizing a neutral color palette to create a comfortable and quiet space. A modern, gold c-shaped side table adds a bit of reflective spark to the muted pastels.
Whether you want to cozy up and read a book by the fireplace or play a game with family and friends, this cozy living room offers the best of both worlds. A pair of club chairs sit fireside around the game table, while built-in bookshelves behind offer a wide selection of books to choose from.
When you have a TV above a mantel, your decor space is limited. But you can warm up the spot with greenery. Use preserved boxwood globes, which are sold by many retailers for $50-$75, for a lush look that's long-lasting. The size of the boxwood topiaries also provide a contrast with the tall mantel, says Michelle Mentzer, owner of Miles Design Group in metro Atlanta.