I have a love affair with boldly patterned chairs. More playful than a pillow, not as dominating as a whole sofa, they're the perfect spark for my creative fire. The latest object of my affection is this chic, Southwest-inspired beauty. If money was no object, here's how I'd design a room around this pretty piece.
Relaxed, yet refined, Simple Chic isn't afraid of a few wrinkles. Mix found pieces with fresh linen and natural materials with a wash of color. For the thrill of the hunt and the rush of a deal, shop vintage and thrift. For those who prefer new, here are 5 chairs that fit the look.
Pink can be polarizing. But beyond bubblegum, there's a whole range of hues that can be subtle or bold. From nearly neutral to in your face fuchsia, these rooms feature furniture in chic shades of pink. Get inspired, and then get the look!
Furniture design is an art form, and it's on full display in a Dramatic Modern space. Stark, high contrast rooms let the seating speak for itself. From clean to conceptual, angular to amorphous, these chairs are are bold in black and white.
If your dream vacation is escaping to the Scandinavian countryside or camping in the Pacific Northwest, your style may be Organic Modern. With warm woods and natural shapes, these chairs fit in to the relaxed style and neutral color palette of a welcoming organic modern space.
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Have a seat, folks! From Kenneth Cobonpue's chairs made from fabric tubes woven over steel frames to classic American woodworking, these are 10 of my favorite chairs from the Architectural Digest Home Show.
Are you a fan of Danish furniture design? Do you live on the West Coast? Then get yourself to Klassik Living, one of the largest importers of Danish designs on the West Coast. And if you don't live out West, take a gander at the goods online for inspiration.