These chairs single-handedly enliven this neutral space.
I feel confident that this is the fabric Marie would pick for her dressing room. It's called Chinese print in blue.
A gray kitchen could run the risk of catching a case of the drabs, but the apple green table and vibrant Mademoiselle chairs make sure that won't happen here.
Here's the mix-and-match fabric version of the same kitchen. Both of these fabrics are by Missoni.
The print on these chairs plays off colorful elements on the shelves.
Louis, meet Mademoiselle. Mademoiselle, meet Louis. Your clear legs work well with him sitting at the head of the table.
A lowered island counter lets these standard sized chairs serve as very stylish low barstools.
The Mademoiselle is really fun to throw into a mix. This black and white fabric works exceptionally well.
The Mademoiselle works well as an occasional chair in a large luxurious bathroom. This one seems to hover over the floor.
Here's a version with the black legs. It makes an elegant desk chair in a bedroom, and it's perfect for adding some personality to a home office.