Monday, June 8, 2015

Stripes, Squares and Blues, OH MY!

Everybody designs their room for a purpose. Whether you are designing your living room, office or bedroom, there are two elements everybody should include: fun and comfort. The easiest way to achieve both goals is to add colors and patterns in your room through fabrics and designs!


No matter which way your furniture’s stripes go, they are sure to liven up your room. This season, stripes are in and they are easy to incorporate in any design. Look at this Monica Transitional Upholstered Chair and Rectangular Ottoman from the Broyhill Collection as an example. It’s a two-toned stripped piece which is simple enough to add into any room, but brings in a touch of uniqueness that completes a look.
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Color Combinations to Try Outdoors

Adding colors to you indoor furniture is simple because you can control most of the factors that are inside. Keeping your outside looking bright, vibrant and new is a little more difficult. To get you started on the perfect outdoor look, here are three color combinations that may help you add some pop to your outdoor furniture.

Tones of Orange

Break away from the tradition of wicker furniture. Instead, find furniture with durability that brings out the natural looks of Florida. For example, the Kingstown Sedona 6 Piece Patio Set with Accent Table from Tommy Bahama compliments the foliage green hues with its design and colors. The orange contrasts the green in your landscaping with a controlled pop of color, allowing the furniture to stand out with a personality all its own.
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