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Floor-to-ceiling shelves, seating with deliciously thick cushions, artful lighting, and accents that span the style spectrum from vintage to this-minute modern: this is the ideal balance of ease and elegance. The Warner rolled-arm sectional is covered in pale linen and tufted to a fare-thee-well. We added an armload of indigo patterned pillows for even more comfort. The sleek Clarkson floor lamp and twin brass sconces are from the Aerin collection. Jonathan Adler juxtaposes acrylic and brass in his Parsons-style Jacque coffee table. Vintage blue and white porcelains and a striking Venetian-style mirror complete the look.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
We firmly believe that opposites attract, which is why this living room works so well: the Duncan Phyfe-style Jenevieve sofa is flanked by Aerin's Clarkson floor lamp and our Iota fluted double-gourd lamp. To enhance the element of surprise, we chose Jonathan Adler's Parsons-style Jacque coffee table in so-mod acrylic and brass. A quartet of geometric prints and a dramatic mirror create a striking wall grouping.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
In our full-on glamour-girl mode, we started this setting with the Blanca midcentury-style console - LOVE the antiqued-silver door insets of overlapping circles!
The dark wood floor really pops our cloudlike sheepskin rug, and Lee Industries' whisper-blue leather Federico armchair adds subtle color. The chrome-finish garden stool makes a chic little side table and echoes the shining six-point base of twin Star lamps (by Regina-Andrew).
The shimmery "Next" giclee introduces touches of lavender and green. For finishing touches, we added the nubby-textured Temi throw and a 20" square ribbon pillow.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
The versatility and expansive comfort of sectional sofas have reignited their popularity over the past few years, so we decided to build this space around our five-piece Sperrazza. Upholstered in a go-with-anything champagne color, it comes with eight (!) throw pillows in leopard spots, tiger stripes, multicolored paisley, and solid red.
Our design team created a focal-point fireplace, using our large stone mantel and classic fire screen. To complete the seating, we chose the Cantata wing chair whose chic zebra stripe picks up the pillow theme. The Lynn coffee table fits the sectional perfectly.
The corner vignette includes Arteriors' Kristina console table, the Emissary double-gourd lamp, and "Le Case Piccole" artwork from John-Richard. To pull it all together, we chose the Sable Peshawar rug.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Every room needs something unexpected. We double-down on that concept with a sheepskin chair and ottoman from Old Hickory Tannery. No, it isn't for everyone, but it's the kind of piece that adds character and starts conversations -- plus, it's unbelievably comfortable.
To balance the chair's scene-stealing presence, we chose Massoud's high-backed Branson sofa in high-drama crimson. Creating a neutral zone are the Edda reclaimed-wood coffee table -- love the bluestone top! -- and our Copperas hand-knotted wool rug.
Above the fireplace with antiqued-gold iron screen, an abstract oil-on-canvas picks up the room's palette. A trio of hand-forged iron nesting tables and Regina-Andrew's clear recycled-glass lamp complete the setting.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Working with our versatile "easy chic" collection and a yummy tangerine hue for the walls, our design team crafted this bright, user-friendly living room.
We started with the Fruitata slipper chairs in a vibrant ikat print whose orange/raspberry palette inspired the wall color. The Lindenwood sofa tempers its clean lines with a bit of tufting; the low-key taupe fabric provides the perfect background for a changing cast of pillows -- here, we used linen embroidered in pretty pinks and a pop of yellow.
We love the juxtaposition of a mirror-topped brass coffee table with a natural braided jute rug. We leveraged the power of symmetry in twin pagoda-inspired mirrors above matching serpentine-front chests of reclaimed pine.
The acrylic-on-canvas painting, "Mod Artist's Palette," pulls it all together with a grid of colorful dots. And because we're all about a fun house, we added the gold-washed side table shaped like a tree stump.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Look at the depth of those seat cushions, the plush rolled arms, the lavish tufting--our two-piece Warner sectional sofa is the very definition of curl-up-and-relax! The aniline-dyed leather, distressed for a comfy vintage look, covers mortise-and-tenon joinery and eight-way hand-tied springs for lasting comfort; cushions are a feather/down blend. We lightened the look with Safavieh's Moroccan Diamond rug, with a dramatic tribal design in hand-knotted wool/viscose. Chunky Sherwood side tables stand in for a coffee table; they're crafted by hand of teak and acrylic, so each is unique. Jamie Young's perennial favorite Steampunk floor lamp adds a touch of industrial chic, and our luscious faux-fur pillow and throw are luxurious finishing touches.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
This space says "take it easy" with soothing neutrals, natural materials, and the low-key luxury of a leather (yes!) rug.
The Annalise sofa is a classic style in a versatile color that can swing formal as well as casual. We borrowed two items from the bedroom: the floor pillow wears a Micah cotton knit sham, and Donna Karan's Urban Oasis throw is draped over the sofa arm.
Basketry adds handwoven texture, not only in the rattan/abaca vessels at left but in the handwoven seagrass Ezra coffee table. We pulled in more wood with the floor lamp (ebony) and cylindrical side table (individually crafted of precision-cut pieces). Jamie Young's lamp of natural buffalo horn completes the "home on the range" aesthetic.
And the leather rug: woven by hand, it comes in five shades, including this beige/brown mélange. Believe us, it makes going barefoot a whole new luxurious experience!SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Isn't it amazing how a mix of styles and textures, plus a few pops of color, can transform a neutral palette into a ravishing room?
We started with our curvy Geneva sofa, which we love for graceful lines and armload of dec pillows - the yellow ones inspired our choice of Jamie Young's seeded glass lamps.
To balance the sofa's traditional style, we chose the Blanco hairhide rug -- a great shape against the jute carpet - and our so-popular Bevin tufted ottoman. The grand floor mirror, with its elaborate distressed frame, makes the space feel larger and lighter.
The finishing touch: Florence de Dampierre's darling Babette side tables, lavished with hand-painted designs in chic shades of gray.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
There's more to mixology than cocktails. Our awning-striped Appletini sofa in vivid green owns this living room, but we found other pieces for balance and contrast, from modern art to timeless garden stools.
A subtle grid pattern lends dimension to the white Elden rug; it's hand-loomed viscose for a subtle shimmer. We chose the "Next" abstract art, with touches of purple and orange amid white, taupe, and green. Our exclusive white blown-glass lamp and the sleek Lindy chair maintain the modern edge.
For pops of color, it just had to be orange - first in the dec pillows, then finished out with twin ceramic garden stools as an alternative to a traditional coffee table.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
When your largest piece creates a neutral zone, you can have fun with accents. So we found in designing this living room around our pale khaki-colored Keystone sofa, overstuffed for maximum comfort and built with mortise-and-tenon joinery for maximum longevity.
The Greek Shadow Key ottoman can do double duty as a table -- just top it with a large shallow bowl or tray. The Tripod floor lamp from Visual Comfort is more than the sum of its deceptively simple parts, with long, slim wood legs and a parchment shade.
A cozy knit throw in a terra-cotta hue picks up that shade in our Global Bazaar pillows. We finished the look with "Connectivity," an abstract giclee in a silver-finished frame.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Inspired by the natural colors and textures beyond a wall of windows, we opted for a neutral approach to this light-washed living room. We started with our 'Dusk' charcoal velvet sofa with subtle tufting; it's made in the USA. The 'Gordon' gray leather chair keeps the comfort quotient high with feather/down cushions.
A bluestone top adds interest to the reclaimed-pine 'Edda' coffee table; we love the bottom shelf for stacks of books or photo albums. Mirrored panels brighten the 'Berlin' console's distressed wood; four doors conceal plenty of storage.
The four-pole floor lamp is a sleek solution that doesn?t block the view, and the twin ceramic lamps make a midcentury statement with their hand-glazed gourd bases and tall linen shades. We think the 'Golden Rings' giclee on canvas adds just the right touch of color to the setting.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
We don’t usually let a color trend shape an entire room, but when we saw these classic bergere chairs in silver-gray leather, we knew they’d be perfect with our buttery-yellow ‘Fenway’ leather sofa. That’s why the yellow/gray duo has such staying power: lots of variety in shades plus the timeless contrast of warm and cool tones.
To add height and a bit of shimmer – not to mention display space and storage – we chose the John-Richard silver ‘Pagoda’ etagere with mirror-backed shelves. Twin ‘McDonnell’ tables of silver-finished iron replace a traditional coffee table.
Our favorite touch? The collection of sunburst mirrors is unexpected and artful, filling the wall with reflected light and warm golds that complement the sofa and balance the silver hues. A pair of ‘Dijon’ pillows reinforce the palette in chic suzani-esque medallions and kaleidoscope patterns.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
When it comes to seating, this recamier-style sofa is a perennial favorite, so we were thrilled to have its classic lines in a new cream color (ours exclusively). The lighter color really pops the deep tufting and nailhead trim, and it works in a formal or casual setting.
A bold maze of pattern in the ‘Gabriella’ handwoven wool rug makes a powerful statement, especially when it’s reflected in the ‘Hailey’ mirrored coffee table. For the side table, we chose Oly’s sleek metal ‘Bruno’ with an antiqued brass finish.
Looking for a bit of color, we corraled an armload of blue-and-white porcelains – and then immediately repainted the neutral wall a rich indigo (Benjamin Moore's 'Blue Suede Shoes'). The sunburst mirror emphasizes the curve of the sofa back, and we love that even the surrounding “rays” are mirrored!SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
This tufted leather recamier sofa has been one of our most popular for quite some time. It always seemed to gravitate to traditional settings, so our Design Team decided to deploy it in a lighter, brighter environment.
First we painted the walls in yummy vanilla with white trim as a counterpoint to dark wood floors. Next came the 'Huxley' herringbone-pattern rug, woven of jute and sisal.
As a seating companion, we opted for the equally popular 'Kylie' chair in a damask print that's overscaled for a more modern attitude. For a little sparkle, we chose a slim gold-leaf floor lamp and mirrored 'Milo' Parsons-style tables (notice how the limed-oak bases echo the rug's Sandstone hue so the table visually float in the space).
Our exclusive 'Lava Lamp' paintings add a powerful pop of color, and Adrienne Landau's fuzzy 'Mongolian' pillow is the perfect lighthearted counterpoint to the sofa.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >