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.
Dare to be different. This living room is lovely for many reasons, not least because it isn‘t afraid to parade a fabulous hot pink. Neutral pieces, like the pebble-gray sofa and monochrome rug, tone down the look, but try to embrace your choice wholeheartedly and not dilute it too much. The same idea will translate to alternative color pairings. Take smartphone snapshots when you see clever combinations in nature, in clothing shops, on signage. Bookmark inspiring matches while browsing design photos online. This will help you identify color combinations that consistently catch your eye.
This fun, orange paisley chair is funky and modern. It‘s great for a room needing some color. Give your room a feminine touch with this accent chair. I like its pretty lines and modern floral pattern. Even though it‘s a child‘s chair, I had to include this chevron beauty! It‘s small in size but big on style, and it could easily blend into more grown-up decor.
Liven things up with a bold chair. There‘s no denying the livability of a large, neutral sofa that sweeps around a corner, offering masses of comfy seating for family and friends. But if it‘s all looking a tad staid and, dare I say, boring, try out a statement chair in a vivid color. Before committing to a new purchase, consider temporarily moving in a chair from another room that contrasts wildly with your sofa to see how it looks. Or drape an existing chair with a piece of fabric in the hue you’re considering. Add a few coordinating accessories to make the piece look at home. If you aren’t warming to the look after a few weeks, you can try another hue.
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