A leather-topped table in this traditional living area strikes a balance between a conventional coffee table and an ottoman. The round shape creates a cozy, informal feel. Soft lamp lighting illuminates the room's warm color palette creating a cozy sitting area.
Many of the original details of this 1920s Spanish Mediterranean home were preserved such as the coffered ceiling and the sconces. The sofas are custom built by Cameron Park Furniture. The ottoman coffee tables are from Quatrine.
Celebrating true Ottoman aesthetics, this room is grounded in rich tones of gold and garnet. The traditional Turkish area rug inspired the opulent selections of velvet, sateen and silk for the sofa and pillows.
This overstuffed, tufted ottoman can work as a coffee table, extra seating or as a foot rest. Its warm, almost burgundy color complements the earth-toned sectional while still standing apart as a centerpiece.
This living room has seating galore in an eclectic mix of styles. The white furry ottoman cuts against the rustic grain of the leather armchairs and sofa. Big, cushy pillows make it easy to curl up in front of the fire.
An oversized black and white wallpaper pattern in this contemporary living room is mimicked on the drum light. The black and white color scheme is continued on the large area rug, but a bright red ottoman breaks up the pattern and provides a powerful dose of color.
Silk curtains dress up windows throughout the house. Here, in the living room, the windows are arched, a graceful detail that goes well with the delicate color story of cream, gray, blue, pink and gold.