The composition of this space completes a picture of timeless and dependable design that will last far beyond 2020. It offers a fresh new look with clean lines mixed with reimagined classic pieces like the gorgeous Vangogh sofa collection. As an extra bonus, these pieces are dressed in material to help them keep up in durability to the timelessness of the overall look.
Why it works
- Every color in this design could be either found or created by elements organically found in nature—giving a familiar and safe feeling to the design. This look is approachable even while holding onto its elegance with classic tufting elements, mixed with the slick contemporary lines of the Sullivan coffee table.
- It’s not minimal—it’s intentional! This space lacks nothing that would make it cozier— like the gorgeous herringbone throw easily tossed on the daybed, or the comfy throw pillows that add fun and inspirational detail. These pieces were chosen for their beauty as well as their versatility, able to withstand being tossed on the floor when it’s time to watch a movie or read a good book, with no extra fuss of beads or detailing that would prohibit its functionality.
- With the ever-growing popularity of open floor plans, this design provides the ability to enjoy all aspects of views and conversation. The Vangogh daybed allows for the cook in the kitchen to still be a part of the conversation happening in the living room, and keeps the space from feeling closed off in any way.
Mix it up
For my home, I would want to add a Vole sheepskin rug under the Safari leather chair, and the Distinguished framed art above the Sullivan media center. These pieces to me add another element of cozy to the space and are pieces I can’t imagine living without!