Ample seating is available in this living room, thanks to a built-in window seat and a light, portable butterfly chair that can be pulled out to the deck when needed, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.
The sloped ceiling, textured wallcovering and platform beds of this attic bedroom evoke the feeling of sleeping in a tent, an especially luxurious one. Between the beds, open shelving stores books and displays colorful accessories. A butterfly chair takes advantage of the big window and pretty view.
A separate outdoor sitting area next to the outdoor dining area features four butterfly chairs and a concrete fire pit to keep warm after the sun goes down. Lush green plants and palm trees surround the peaceful space.
At the entry to the master suite, a seating area captures the California cool, bohemian style. A caramel butterfly chair and accompanying table with gold top are lit by the sunshine from the sliding door. A mini succulent garden is done with an air of refinement and sophistication to decorate the area.
On the back porch, a pair of swinging daybeds topped with kilim pillows add a playful, laid-back feel to the space creating the perfect spot for relaxing. For additional seating, colorful butterfly-style chairs face the pool and make the space more functional.
This transitional dining room features a traditional wood dining table and contemporary dining chairs upholstered in a gray pinstripe fabric. The stunning crystal chandelier and bold butterfly artwork draw the eye into the beautiful space.
This contemporary living room has a soft purple upholstered sectional sofa and ottomans, midcentury modern inspired coffee table, shag butterfly chair, modern gas fireplace, and floor to ceiling windows with stunning ocean views.
This modern white farmhouse master bedroom has a sitting area with contemporary white sofa and faux fur butterfly chair, modern coffee table, retro photographer lamps, and vaulted ceiling with exposed white paneling and modern ceiling fan.
Indigo has a centuries old history in Africa. In Nigeria alone, you can find the world’s oldest dye pits, where traditional indigo dyeing is still being practiced today. Relief indigo prints were a strong part of commerce, resulting in some of the earliest exports from African countries. Today, Indigo still has a place in the world of exports. The stunning blue shade that results from plant-based dyes from the indigofera and lonchocarpus cyanescens plant varieties is an evocative one. And it looks stunning on this Indigo Butterfly Chair (http://www.osxnasozi.com/product/indigo-gold-butterfly-chair) from xnasozi. A mid-century modern piece where a West African art form helps to make a modern, cultural statement.