If you've got a collection of objects that don't fit on your bookshelves, consider displaying them front and center on your coffee table. Here, an assortment of brass objects adds luster and graphic shape to the seating area while also allowing the homeowner to showcase one-of-a-kind finds.
This glamorous grouping makes a statement, from the curvy blue slipper chair with a silver tree pattern to the large framed mirror. Especially fetching: a tiny accent table with a polished agate top and bronze table legs cast in the shape of spindly hooved animal legs.
A rich plum sofa is flanked by turquoise table lamps and sleek, bronze side tables. The multi-colored area rug features the room's color palette and brings the space together. Abstract art adds to the contemporary feel of the living room.
The furnishings for this contemporary living area were chosen to complement the spectacular city view. Aqua draperies frame the floor-to-ceiling windows, while textural elements such as the shag area rug, ceramic cockatoos, woven bronze side table and velvet damask pillows add interest.
An oversized sideboard with a mirrored front that could be used in a dining room was cleverly integrated into the design of the guest bedroom, to provide storage in an unexpected way. The sideboard is topped with assorted accessories and two bronzed steel table lamps with drum shades.
A honed limestone and bronze coffee table flanks two cream-colored armchairs to create a comfy sitting area in this transitional home library in the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2014. The room's neutral colors contrast well with the wood textures of the bookshelves and cabinets and the stone fireplace.
Cathy Rhodes Interiors used a peony painting, curved sofa and two wallpapers for an elegant master sitting room in shades of gray, blue and blush. The room, which also had bronze side tables and a purple geoid on a stand, was in the 2017 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays designer showhouse.