Every item in the room was handpicked to be part of the stunning whole. This end table is sculptural in creation and topped with a golden tray and sunburst sculptures that go wonderfully with the painting behind them.
The leaf-patternd upholstery gives this wingback chair a cozy and informal feel as blue hydrangeas bring the outside in. This arched, built-in bookcase can be alternatively used to display pottery or other treasures.
In its past life as a home office, this room’s built-in shelving stored supplies for a home-based business. By varying the shelf heights, designer Lauren Clement added interest and made space to accommodate photos, topiaries and collected accessories. Greenery dotted throughout the room aims to link the traditional sitting room with the outdoors.
A bright red ottoman that doubles as a coffee table keeps this wood-paneled study from being staid and boring. Furniture with classic lines lend a formality while keeping the room comfortable enough for casual gatherings.
This traditional sitting room has a fireplace with an arch detail that is mimicked in the ceiling arch. The gray armchair gives this space a touch of updated style, while keeping the traditional look of the space.
Custom window coverings and a low-slung sofa frame the spectacular view of Alcatraz in the San Francisco Decorator Show House 2012 Listening Room. Designer Matthew MacCaul Turner conceived of the chandelier design expressly for the space.
Metallic floral wallpaper is paired with traditional furnishings in this classic sitting room, found in The Palazzo in Rabat, Malta. Voluminous curtains frame the windows and a crystal chandelier adds dramatic flair to the space.