Don’t forget wallpaper! This oversized leaf motif is the perfect complement, scale-wise, to the patterns on the throw pillows. And if you use your imagination, it’s as if leaves are floating around you on a breezy day. Can’t beat that in the living room!
A seagrass chair is a nice contrast to the upholstered pieces in this room. The bold graphics of the wallpaper, the mix of other prints and the range of textures gives the room an updated, collected look.
A fun and leafy wallpaper creates the perfect backdrop for floral, animal and graphic prints in a room that, strangely enough, looks incredibly stylish and put together. The secret to this unlikely cohesiveness comes from the continuous use of an ashy color palette that allows shapes to blend effortlessly.
Silk. Silk was the favorite textile of the Renaissance, used in bright colors for drapes and loose cushions for benches and chair seats. Furnishings were quite minimal at this time, but chairs began to increase in variety as an alternative to stools and benches. Thank goodness the early designs have evolved in favor of comfort!