According to the article, it includes a Montauk sofa which is upholstered in a Donghia blue wool-mohair. The chairs are vintage and the floral rug is by Paul Smith for the Rug Company.
The ingredients that go into this style mix:
• We love how the dark blue upholstery seems to function both as a shot of color AND an amazing neutral in this space.
• The curved cornered coffee table. The shape is unexpected and the table seems super functional as well as being a strong design statement. The raised lip allows it to act as a big tray, confining all of the tabletop items.
• The skinny tall (shiny?) lamps that bookend the sofa. They are a touch quirky and therefore add a lot of style while taking up very little space.
• The symmetry of the two chairs and two lamps being broken up with the asymmetry of the pillows - three beige and one blue.
• The painting. The gold tone adds luminosity and a little bit of glitz but it feels more classic than flashy.
• The succulent arrangement - a modern touch that adds a little life (and one that even those of us with non-green thumbs can adopt).
Check out the entire feature at: Elle Decor
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