A boutique-inspired dressing room, complete with a plush chaise lounge, dressing table and chest of drawers is the perfect place start the day. “It’s something more than you would expect in regular homes, something a little more luxurious and special,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
In the sitting area, pops of blue help bring the small space to life, while wallpaper adds a bit of texture to the space. Finally, art pieces were added as a way to incorporate the beach theme into this space to create an area that perfectly fit this family's personality.
Eclectic Blue Sitting Room Mixes Italian, Midcentury Modern Details
Saturated with rich blue and gold hues, this eclectic sitting room allows for a diverse mix of furniture and styles. Where the tumbled marble terrazzo floor calls Italian design to mind, the Sputnik-style light above is reminiscent of midcentury modern details.
This light and bright apartment features a second floor landing with a brown cowhide chaise lounge and floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that create the perfect reading nook. A tufted blue sofa is positioned next to a mirrored glass coffee table in a nearby sitting area, while large windows showcase sprawling New York City views.
The homeowners wanted a quiet place to read and listen to music. The serene blue-green walls do the trick nicely, combined with a custom-made chaise lounge with antique Indian carvings, an antique Moroccan wedding shawl and other Mediterranean textiles.
Pale Blue Sitting Room With Striped, Skirted Sofa, Faux Shutter Window Finish and Word Art Details
Large wood coffee table lettering spells out "LIVE" as the focal point of this room design. Faux shutters frame the windows, adding a creative look to the large wall. A cozy sofa is finished with a blue striped fabric and ruffled skirt. Orange throw pillows pop against the pale coloring of the sofa and pull out the rich tones in the patterned rug. Word wall art keeps with the motivational theme of the coffee table.
Blue Velvet Meets Rich Gold in an Eclectic Seating Area
This seating area utilizes a wide range of patterns and textures – from the free-form shapes on the walls to the scalloped golden fabric on the pillows. The piece of art above the seating area was created with a technique called verre eglomise, which entails gilding the back side of glass with gold or metal leaf.