Mallin Cres - Living RoomContemporary Living Room
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Flame StitchFlame stitch (and its relation bargello) describes the zigzagged needlepoint stitches shown on these chairs. Although flame stitch is thought to have originated centuries ago as a Hungarian needlepoint design, anyone around during the 1970s and ’80s knows this hypnotic pattern, which was all the rage during that era too.
BenefitsVisual connection. Fauteuils and bergères are wonderful additions to living room seating. Not only do they look and feel great, but they break up the blocky heaviness sometimes created by sofa groupings. Here two fetching fauteuils offer breathing room between the two black sofas and the dining area behind. Had two fully upholstered love seats been used instead of fauteuils, this seating zone would have been clunky and visually impenetrable.