A charming loveseat in a soft blue-green hue pairs with a small white table to create a cozy seating area in this serene master bedroom. A sisal area rug grounds the space underfoot, and exposed wood ceiling beams add a rustic touch overhead.
A pair of textured love seats creates seating around a round, ribbed coffee table. Three red trunks double as colorful decoration and extra table surface, while a horse statue adds to the Asian feel of the design. French doors open into the room to provide access to the balcony and move fresh air and natural light into the space.
This modern living space is chock full of unique sculptures, art and design items. Turquoise fish on the wall bring a nautical flair, as does the driftwood in the corner. The sunburst-like metal wall hanging also echoes the great outdoors.
A small velvet loveseat and an upholstered ottoman carve out a lovely seating area in this transitional bedroom. Gold accents add a touch of glam, and contemporary artwork helps tie the space's color palette together.
After a few cocktails and plates of food, your guests will want to rest and take a seat. Proper seating is essential for any party. Don’t be afraid to pull your chairs from inside. These leather chairs are from my office and are comfortable and match the color scheme. If you are feeling adventurous, add a small couch or love seat from your living room to create distinct and comfortable seating options for your guests. If your chairs need protection, fabric covers are a solution that can upgrade your current pieces while also keeping them clean while outdoors.
Four plush armchairs provide comfortable seating in the freshly updated sunroom. The vaulted ceiling is a gorgeous detail that adds great height and contrast to the space. There's even a place to work thanks to the elongated, built-in desk.
The sofa is a key element in a living room’s design. It anchors the space and provides a place for the family or guests to come together. A matching red leather love seat helps define the room around the coffee table and facing the flatscreen television. Above the TV, large silver globes create a unique, 3D decorative element to draw the eye.
Claire Paquin's clients love to entertain and wanted to maximize seating in their Rye, NY home. By separating the room into two distinct seating groups, the space became much more functional for accommodating groups large and small.
This chair is one half of five different sets of swivels in the house. We sourced the chairs for the room’s original design scheme and simply had them reupholstered for the update. The Jim Thompson, cut velvet applied to the chairs’ outside back was also used for the window cornice, which cleverly conceals motorized linen shades that help to control sun exposure. For the interior and seat, we used a solid velvet inspired by the accent fabric and finished clean with a coordinating leather welt. The plant thriving in the background was a gift given to the homeowners on their wedding day, over twenty-five years ago.
Lovely patterned benches offer comfy seating in this Asian-style outdoor living area. Green and red throw pillows add a colorful texture, while a pair of wooden coffee tables provide a place to set food and beverages, making it a great spot to entertain.