Murray Hill Apartment Eclectic Bedroom, New York
This large-scaled rolling wing chair is a Michael tavano design. Here he upholsters it ing menswear suiting fabric and lacquers the frame in bright turquoise for a regal reading spot. Underfoot, a quatrefoil patterned rug evokes an old iron gate, while above the headboard a painting of the Paris sewers in tones of bright lavender reminds us of the beauty in ordinary things. Photo: Rick Lew
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9. Freshen up a classic with paint. This wing chair is painted a sassy blue, with complementary fabric. It's OK to paint furniture that's feeling too stuffy.
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Build a bridge between styles. Another great way to bring divergent styles together is with a single piece that acts as a bridge between the two. The antique armchair shown here was painted electric blue and re-covered in a fresh striped fabric, but you could just as easily go the other way, pairing a modern piece with a traditional fabric and colors.
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Bedrooms are the perfect place for that small chair you fell in love with. After all, where else is your partner going to throw his or her clothes? Because traffic patterns are less critical in a bedroom, the chair can be placed in a very tight space and still function beautifully.
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5. Colorful and Bold“More is more” could be your motto. You’re not afraid of saturated colors or mixing prints and patterns. In fact, you feel right at home in a room filled with bright hues and patterns. If you don’t find an accent chair that speaks to you, make one that does. For example, interior designer Michael Tavano of Michael Tavano Design upholstered this wingback armchair with blue and turquoise striped menswear suiting fabric and lacquered the frame in turquoise to match. How to use it. If you’re layering bold colors, patterns and prints in a single room, keep one hue as a consistent, unifying factor, or pair colors with black and white. If you’re using a bold accent chair in an otherwise neutral room, also look for one element — a color in the upholstery or the wood stain for the base of the chair — to tie the chair in with the rest of the room for a more cohesive look.
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that chair is fun. love the two tones fun look on a traditional shaped comfy chair
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This is an eclectic style because there are different Colors and different fabrics, ppattern and textures.