Two identical plush sofas in a rich and regal shade of emerald green offer comfortable seating for visiting with guests, enjoying the cozy fireplace or the enticing outdoor views. The living room is now located where a small deck previously sat off the back of the home.
Using the dramatic staircase as a natural divider, Troy creates two distinct seating areas in the large living room. The open space is perfect for entertaining, while the smaller groupings of furniture allow for more intimate gatherings
Three smaller scale cube ottomans covered in a grid design fabric sit under large eccentric wall art on one wall of the dining room. The mobile ottomans offer “emergency seating” for extra large gatherings at home.
Collapsible safari chairs and director's chairs are excellent solutions for outdoor living rooms short on seating space. When the spots are in use, these chairs add a collected, well-traveled vibe and can be dressed up with pillows. Anytime the space is not in use, these can be folded and stored away for safe keeping.
A mix of vintage chairs create a charming seating area against the live-edge work station that creates a desk for the bunk room. Using mismatched chairs adds a carefree and effortless feel to the room’s design.
Varied sizes of smooth pebbles provide a finished, artistic element to the edges of the planting beds. Additionally, Margie spends extra time at the end of each project selecting plants, sculptures and pottery to tie the whole design together.
When space is at a premium, it's important to choose seating that's practical and easily stored away. Here, stackable plastic chairs were used since they're lightweight and easy to pick up, easy to wipe clean, and can be stacked and stored in a closet in the the off season.