The aged, patinated beauty of this vintage pew glows in a sunlit foyer. Its lines and curves are so striking that very little other ornamentation is needed to complete the space.
Church pews are usually consigned to rustic, old-world or country-style interiors, but they can work equally well with more contemporary decor. Clean lines make this simple pew appear as fresh and modern as its setting.
With Gothic-style arches on the ends and a weathered finish, this pew lends a note of vintage grace to a hallway.
A pew in this mudroom provides plenty of room to sprawl out and unlace muddy boots or plop down bags of produce from the market. The pitchfork on the wall contributes to the farmlike "American Gothic" overtones.
Pew-inspired benches framing a doorway are a clever, efficient take on corridor seating.
A pew in this bedroom stands in for a headboard, complete with plenty of room to stack books or perch a glass of water.
Who says a living space has to have a sofa? A comfortable upholstered pew anchors this fireside vignette.