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.
This brown leather sectional is a smart choice in more ways than one: not only is the fabric kid and pet-friendly, but the piece easily seats the whole family! Everyone will love curling up here for a night-in.
This transitional sitting room provides a cozy conversation area, as well as many objets d'art to serve as conversation pieces. A leather sectional sofa, pair of sculptural chairs and a tufted, upholstered ottoman offer versatile seating options. Large windows bring in loads of natural light.
This kitchen includes a charming breakfast nook with seating for four and a lovely leather upholstered bench. It's a fun space that's meant to be fresh, inviting, and playful without sacrificing any amenities!
A rustic stone fireplace with wood mantel is surrounded by comfortable armchairs and tufted leather bench for an intimate conversation area in this mountain retreat. In the corner, a small desk is topped with a contemporary brushed nickel lamp.
Because the home's floor plan is so open, the designers used a large gray area rug to define the living room. They then layered on a tufted leather sofa and two crushed velvet chairs to provide some stylish seating around the acrylic coffee table.
A hot pink rug pokes out as a vibrant accent in this black and white living room. A white leather sectional and gray tufted arm chair provide seating around the coffee table, fireplace and mounted television. Long white curtains frame the windows while a striped wall adds movement and excitement on the opposite side.
The dining room and sitting area connect, creating an open living area for the family. A gray area rug ground the seating area, which combines a black leather sofa with cozy armchairs and a tufted leather bench.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too designer Jillian Harris removed the wall separating the family room from the kitchen and dining room to create an open concept living space. She refaced the fireplace and lightened the room by using a light, neutral paint throughout. The outdated, overstuffed leather sofas were traded for a soft, grey sofa.
There's ample seating at the bar area to enjoy a few cocktails and even dinner. A tufted, leather banquette built into the wall pairs with square wooden tables and red leather barstools to offer a casual place to enjoy food and drinks.
This glamorous white and silver contemporary living room has silver embellished wallpaper, vintage armchairs in neutral and pink, a soft tufted love seat, and silver coffee table and starburst pendant light.