A loveseat is flanked by two upholstered armchairs. Above, an 18th century English painting amplifies the Victorian influence on the room. The rouge-patterned loveseat is adorned with throw pillows and accented by small end table.
Interior designer Cathy Hobbs used a color technique to design this living room that she calls "color mapping" in which certain colors can be seen throughout an entire space. For example, the color white can be seen in the pottery, sofa and artwork, while the color olive can be seen in the toss pillows as well as the artwork above.
Gorgeous blue wainscoting serves as the backdrop for this transitional seating area, which features a sleek loveseat. Leopard print pillows pop against the solid brown piece, brining pizzazz to the classy space.
A big master bedroom allowed for some grand furniture gestures: The canopy bed is California king sized. At the foot of the bed, a curved loveseat makes for a sweet seating area—and it's easy to walk around.
This remarkable spa bathroom has the feel of a luxurious grotto under the sea. Glass bubbles float in the air above the cozy loveseat. Walk forward a few steps and sink into the huge Jacuzzi tub lined with deep blue mosaic tiles.
A sitting room features a boxy love seat and day bed topped with printed throw pillows. A curvy coffee table adds a subtle gleam to the mix. Decorative touches are minimal, which allows the style to rely on the contemporary furnishings.
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.