Robert & Michaelina’s Modern Bohemian Fusion. This magical and feminine tufted vintage sofa beautifully offsets the simple, modern lines of the canopy bed. • 2 Tanya’s Romantic Color Infusion. This sofa probably falls under the "transitional" category, with it's more streamlined version of the classic rolled arm. • 3 Corina’s Hollywood Glamour on a Budget. I love the tall straight arms of this sofa, which lend a more formal and elegant look. • 4 Catrin and Chris’s New Traditional in Woodley Park. This classic vintage camelback sofa from the 1920s has been covered with a fitted slipcover. • 5 Catrin and Chris’s New Traditional in Woodley Park 18th century French burgers upholstered in a neutral grey linen. SECOND ROW • 6 Mandy & Michael’s Crafty Charm. This classic rolled arm sofa is a popular style these days. But it is anything but boring in this lively and bright living room. • 7 Chris and Saul’s Clean Eclectic Family Home. There is a subtle eclecticism to this room, with its black egg chair, classic wingback armchair and cozy, casual rolled armchair. • 8 Orna and Reid Willis’ Worldly Live-Work Loft. Here, purple leather and chartreuse ultra suede are decidedly nontraditional reinterpretations of the very traditional camelback style. • 9 Phillippa’s Worldly Vignettes. Traditional upholstered pieces are perfect in this classic but inviting living room. • 10 Jeanine’s Smooth and Soulful Home. With its bold color and offbeat pillow, this classic fauteuil chair is far from stuffy. THIRD ROW • 11 Emily's Infusion of Personality. Under the shadow of this dramatic artwork, a classic and understated traditional sofa works perfectly. • 12 Chancie & Dan's Mt. Washington Oasis. Here two formal fauteuils nicely offset a very personal painting. • 13 Healther’s Eclectic Armadale Home. Here a classic sofa style gets a shabby chic, flea market edge with pretty floral pillows.