Adding pattern to a room can often feel like a risk, especially when it comes to your upholstery. If you love the look of a strong pattern but have commitment issues, a pretty accent chair (or two) in a fun print might be perfect to pair with your neutral sofa. I love the combination of fabrics on this accent chair. I see a pair floating out in the middle of the room or anchoring a dining table.
How about a romantic, feminine French daybed with a pin-tuck mattress and a white wooden frame? Details abound on this piece. I would love to see it surrounded by strong, bold colors and furnishings. This daybed has a sleek, modern feel, but it‘s still inviting. I like the soft gray fabric matched with the white pillows. With tufting, slight sides and elegant wooden legs on casters, this piece is not your ordinary daybed. I think it would be lovely as a centerpiece in a long, formal space. In bold blue with nailheads, this daybed is not for the faint of heart. As I always say, it takes guts to create beauty. This piece is a gutsy choice that would really make a space.
Eschewing the traditional three-piece suite can be a much simpler design strategy than you might think. One way to create a cohesive yet eclectic look is to harness a mishmash of chairs, sofas and daybeds from different eras and in different styles and materials but the same color. The owners of this modern family room have combined a classic Eames chaise with a modern daybed and a simple sofa, but all in shades of white for a harmonious mood. White will always create an easy-on-the-eye look, but make sure you use hard-wearing materials and washable or wipeable fabrics if yours is a busy family home.
Play with color. Color maximalists can go full tilt with this trend and juxtapose bolds and brights with vigor. Who would have imagined that a traditionally shaped purple sofa would look so fresh and up to date when placed next to a classic Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chair in a gutsy mustard shade? The key is to invest in pieces you love — both for their aesthetics and their comfort — and enjoy them every day. Maximize monochrome. A monochrome color palette creates a sleek, sophisticated vibe that‘s unlikely to go out of fashion. Soft-edged modern leather sofas like these are the perfect vehicle for a black and white scheme, with the unfussy color duo putting a simple slant on the mix-and-match vibe.
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