A Sitting Room Set Aside
A stylish sitting area doesn’t have to require a premium of space. Here, a modest sofa defines a comfortable conversation area without overtaking the entire room. The muted pink wall sets off an art collection that ties in to the clean lines and natural materials of the modern arm chair, and the mid-century lighting and circular coffee table round out the convenience of this inviting corner. Whether you’re taking tea with a friend, or seeking a few moments of quiet reflection, this area provides just the right amenities.
Built In Sofa and DayBed
This built-in sofa helps to define traffic flow while providing a comfortable place to relax. The large window provides ample natural light, highlighting the natural textiles as well as the lovely variety of wood textures in floor, furniture, and built-in storage. The side tables and bookshelf add to the architectural styling of this space, so grab a book or your favorite music, and settle in to unwind.
A Simple Sitting Area
This simple area provides all the necessary basics for a retreat from the day’s busyness, or a place to comfortably finish up a task. The unobtrusive coffee table ties together both the monochromatic tone of the two-seater sofa and the round shape of the light fixture. The color scheme allows for myriad accents, from the neutral tones of the pillows and throw to the green of plant and flowers; even the hazy blue of the area rug.
A Living Room Seating Area
With a larger space for entertaining or family, you can use several pieces without overwhelming the room, provided it’s done right. This comfortable sofa and rug anchor and define this welcoming sitting room. The accent chair and coffee and end tables provide plenty of convenient surfaces while their minimalist structure keeps from weighing down the space. The floor brings a warmth to the palette, which is echoed in a few items, including the creative display of books.
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