A stack of books next to a traditional blue armchair create a cozy reading nook next to the fireplace.
Living Room of the HGTV Urban Oasis 2015 located in Asheville, NC.
A comfortable armchair and and an eclectic stack of books makes a welcoming hideaway for your house guests.
A white-and-blue-patterned armchair adds a nice contrast to this mostly gray modern living room. A small mirrored end table offers a handy spot for setting drinks while visually expanding the space.
Positioned under generous natural light, a geometric patterned armchair serves as an accent piece in an ideal reading nook.
A bright orange patterned armchair pulls from a hue in the world map that spans the wall behind it. The look is playful, creative and stylish.
The elevated deck features all-weather wicker furniture as well as comfy, upholstered seating to accommodate plenty of guests for parties.
A mixture of mid-century modern sputnik floor lamps and a transitional tripod style lamp lend variety and visual interest to the living room.
A petite patio tucked amongst leafy palms becomes a tropical backyard oasis with the addition of two armchairs.
There's more than one porch to choose from at this luxurious ranch home. This one is wide with sweeping views and armchairs to kick back in.
A cozy white armchair soaks up the sunlight in a blissful spot right by the window.
Shimmery metallics—a floor lamp, silvery coffee table, the armchair's metal base—upgrade the neutral look of this room.
The cube-like shape of this armchair fits neatly in the corner and is softened by two cushy accent pillows.
Here's a cheeky look: twin armchairs get a back decorated in dark brown fringe.
A pair of orange, midcentury armchairs give cozy meaning to what could be an overlooked bit of wall. Whimsy comes from an oversized painting of a dog.
A pair of slipcovered armchairs add a casual, beachy vibe to the seating area.
A bright red armchair makes a splash against a pale blue wall. The vibrant color is picked up in the artwork.
A pair of outdoor armchairs overlook the stream that runs through this property and allow occupants to get lost amidst wildflower blooms.