Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 12:35:51 PM by Lily Cornelissen. Curved Sectional Sofa. If the Chesterfield is the graceful gentleman among sofas, the Cabriole is the grande dame. Known for its exposed wood and elegant legs, reminiscent of the Louis XV period, the cabriole also has a distinctive silhouette. It was also a popular shape in the work of furniture maker Thomas Chippendale.
Published at Sunday, August 12th 2018, 17:21:21 PM by Evi Dijkstra. Curved Sectional Sofa. Just like its namesake, the camelback sofa has a hump — or maybe two — that accents the main silhouette of this sofa style. This is a traditional style that was made popular in the 18th century by Chippendale and families who wanted aristocratic, formal furniture often opted for this style.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:12:51 PM by Anne Beenhouwer. Curved Sectional Sofa. The name alone — Chesterfield sofa — carries a certain air of distinction and even royalty. Rising to popularity in the in the 18th century, historical websites note that this iconic sofa has a slightly murky history. It is thought that the fourth Earl of Chesterfield commissioned it when he wanted a comfortable seat that allowed him to sit upright, however, there is no historical confirmation of this.
Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 12:35:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Lily Cornelissen. With the recent surge in popularity of the Mid-Century Modern design genre, this sofa style is a hot item. Whether true vintage pieces, reproductions or new designs that incorporate Mid-Century Modern elements, these are very versatile sofas. Most often used in a minimalist or mid-century design scheme, they are wonderful for adding a retro feel to a room. The distinguishing elements include the exposed legs and linear structure. Most mid-century sofas — but not all of them — will have some tufting on the back.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 14:33:53 PM. Living Rooms By Jeannine Buteau. Along the way, I’ve spent countless hours searching for living room inspiration. In hopes of sparing my fellow silver fox owners (or aspiring owners!) a few hours of searching, I’m sharing some of my favorite living room design ideas.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 00:15:48 AM. Footstool & Ottoman By Xavierra Aurand. Showstopping square trays. Square trays are wonderful for creating symmetry in your room's scheme, particularly when placed on a gorgeous square ottoman or coffee table... We love the sleek simplicity of this tray styling idea from Bliss at Home! White on white is a timelessly elegant choice and the added metallic details through the chic agate coasters add an edge of glamour to this look.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 13:12:55 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Avice Carreau. This is the Gleda Medium chair, a version of the one showed just before this. As its big brother, this version of the Gleda chair has a frame made of solid oak. It lacks the armrests and the brass rail and this gives it a light and cozy look. The leather cushions match the frame in terms of color and give the chair an elegant and refined appearance. Other options are available too.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 12:24:43 PM. Living Rooms By Angela Koningh. The sectional sofa has evolved as a piece of furniture into something wholly transformational for living rooms. These innovative seating arrangements offer the kind of spontaneous rearrangement that more permanent furniture sets could only dream of.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:59:39 PM. Living Rooms By Adele Dautrich. In accessories designer Fiona Kotur's Hong Kong house, the sitting room’s custom-made sectional sofa is dressed in a Designtex fabric, with pillows of a Lee Jofa solid and a Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks print; Kotur designed the cocktail table, which is clad in basketweave-pattern copper tile by Maya Romanoff, the 1950s palm-tree lamp is by Jansen, and the vintage Moroccan carpet is from Woven Accents.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:12:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Anne Beenhouwer. The design of the Dolores chair is inspired by Italian furniture from the 1960s. This gives the chair a classy and elegant look which in this case also has a casual and funky vibe. The chair features a solid beech wood frame and a cushioned seat with curving back and arm rests combined into a single upholstered panel. The multicolored velvet upholstery is eye-catching in its own quirky way.