Seating choices play a pertinent part in the success of an all-white tablescape. Here, modern side chairs covered in a greige tweed help add to the tone-on-tone effect of the decor, but offer more durability than ultra-white upholstery, which wears quickly and stains easily.
Bergère chairs are iconic to classic French interiors. Known for their deep, wide seats, loose cushions and padded armrests, bergère chairs continue to remain popular both for stylistic and comfort reasons. For this makeover, to put a fresh spin on a pair of bergère chairs found at an estate sale, their wood frames were stripped, then refinished with black oil paint in a semigloss finish.
Two matching accent chairs in the sitting area with tapered legs and nail head trim have a bit of a masculine feel. The chairs are paired with throw pillows with a feminine floral print that was also used for the pillows on the bed.
Two identical chairs add symmetry to a room. With the whirl of holiday parties and entertaining, pushing these cozy cloth chairs together and adding a small side table for snacks or cocktails invites conversation and opens up your living room space to even more people.
An upholstered accent chair with high back, light linen fabric with gray piping, sloping rolled arms and turned wood legs provides distinctive living room seating. A blue patterned lumbar pillow adds color and comfort.
The swimming pool, with a built-in spa, is surrounded by beautiful greenery. When guests get tired of swimming, they can relax on comfortable lounge chairs that face rolling hills. The shadows cast by these chairs loom large on the well-kept grassy area.
Take advantage of vertical space in your outdoor living room by suspending hammock chairs from rafters and joists. These add an element of fun to the area and are just as fit for kids as they are adults.
Interior designer Tiffany Brooks used salmon-colored material for the front of the office's elegant wingback desk chair, with a bone white fabric for the back. A nail head trim provides the perfect finishing touch.