Mixing textures of an upholstered wingback armchair, a small sleek side table and an industrial iron chain floor lamp creates a comforting place to sit in the master suite. A mirror with a wide wood frame warms and opens up the room and works as an attractive accent.
Transitional design is best described as a mix of modern and traditional and it tends to work well with many other styles. The wingback chair used in the bedroom is upholstered in pinstripe wool and adorned with antique brass nail heads. The clean lines of the fabric give the otherwise traditional piece of furniture a clean, modern-day update.
Like many of the Oliver Hospitality properties, Knoxville's Oliver Hotel features a balance of luxe and retro cool as in the lobby defined by velvet upholstered wingback chairs and a dramatic light fixture. Another feature of the Oliver group's properties: memorable customer service. The front desk staff at the Oliver Hotel are friendly, accommodating and on hand to fulfill almost any ask.
This classic dining room pairs together a traditional table and chairs with an exquisite beaded chandelier, giving the space a welcoming feel. Brown upholstered wingback chairs are positioned at either end of the table, while dark brown hardwood floors and ivory wall panels add finishing touches.
Become your own artist. The elephant artwork to the left of the bed was actually a DIY project that a coworker of Atlanta designer Steve McKenzie, owner of Steve McKenzie’s, painted. The brightly upholstered wingback chairs were McKenzie’s jumping off point for the room’s colors in this Dwell with Dignity install.
A weathered wood farmhouse table teams with tailored upholstered wingback chairs, creating a fun juxtaposition in this breezy dining room. Graphic wallpaper adds interest on the wall, while natural wood beams turn the ceiling into a focal point in its own right. A sputnik-style chandelier with a dark bronze finish brings an additional unexpected touch.
This master bedroom features custom touches, including an upholstered headboard and nightstands, both designed by Coddington Design. The nightstands are topped with polished horn lamps, while a nearby vintage wingback chair offers a comfy seat.
This green kid's room features twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood with headboards upholstered in durable, solution-dyed acrylic fabric. A parson chair wrapped in kiwi-colored leather and a wingback chair covered in retro poolside-inspired outdoor fabric carve out the room's reading areas.