Brabourne Farm: Reupholstered in a modern black with graphic pillows, this romantic 19th century sofa doesn't look a bit stodgy or old-fashioned. And what a stunning table. 2. Lonny: This room is just magnificent. A perfect combination of disparate styles, shapes and colors. 3. ...etc: It helps to have a mile-high ceiling and epic windows, but this sofa is pure theatre. Is it comfortable? Who cares. 4. Things That Inspire: This antique sofa looks Swedish or possibly French. The room is impeccably formal but romantic. A lovely vignette overall. 5. Belle Maison 23: With the gold and the zebra print and the chartreuse, this room is very contemporary. But the sweeping curves of the vintage sofa fit in just perfectly. SECOND ROW 6. Little Green Notebook: This old sofa is updated with a refreshing blue graphic fabric. The sconce, mirror, table and inky blue pillow create a delightful room that is both eclectic and unified. 7. Recipe for Style: Opposites Living Room: This couch is so out there, so dramatic, so theatrical. I want it. Now. 8. Citified: A funky velvet vintage sofa works so well with the painting. I might not have been brave enough to try this combo but it really works. 9. Brabourne Farm: This delicate sofa is a lovely match with the modern light fixture, Moroccan pouf and trompe l'oeil wallpaper. 10. Lace and Tea: Shabby chic and romantic. Images: As credited above.