This corner sitting area features an ivory wingback armchair with faux brown cowhide accents and a fun zebra print throw pillow. A round metal drum table with a woven design sits next to the chair, while a neutral faux hide rug finishes off the look of the space.
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.
This modern living room features a gray wingback armchair and brown leather ottoman draped in a white faux fur throw. A side table made from natural materials and a soft neutral area rug add texture to the space.
These striped wingback armchairs prove that a living room doesn't need a sofa in order to provide comfortable seating for family and guests. The chairs' soft green and cream tones are echoed in the window seat's upholstery, and the built-in display shelves feature accessories and found items in the same soothing pastel palette.
This master bedroom makes use of a unifying neutral palette dotted by powder blue accents. A matching pair of wingback armchairs with an ottoman and mirrored dresser make a cozy spot for bedroom lounging, perhaps accompanied by a glass of wine.
This spacious game room features all-over wood paneling, a vaulted ceiling and medium grain hardwood floors. A metal pool table is positioned in the center of a rectangle made from gray stone tiles, and a gray wingback armchair provides a place for relaxing in between games.
Classic wingback chairs get a fresh Nantucket-style update with striped linen fabric and monograms. Dark hardwood floors continue into the dining room for continuity, although the respective room's styles differ.
A small-scale living room comes to life with the use of bright color and retro accents. The highlight of the room — a yellow wingback armchair — holds a quirky pillow with an embroidered owl, adding a sense of playfulness to the casual space. A gray sectional provides ample seating; due to its simplicity, it doesn't overpower the space.
To promote a feeling of unity between the indoor and outdoor spaces, interior designer Linda Woodrum chose a neutral, controlled palette for the HGTV Green Home 2012 living room. Furnishings, though captivating, do not distract from the view. A mix of styles and textures like the rustic wood coffee table, shag rug and contemporary wingback armchairs keeps the space feeling cozy and fresh.