There’s a lot to love about sectional sofas. They’re a great alternative to the more traditional sofa and loveseat combination while providing just as much, if not more, seating. Plus, they’re hands down super snuggly.
However, when a sectional is not paired with the right coffee table, the result can be off-putting and have a major effect on the overall look and feel of your room. Here are our best tips for matching a coffee table to your sectional.
We’ve racked up a lot of frequent-flyer miles to Italy this year working on our fall Casa collection with our Florentine furniture makers. At their workshop, nestled in the lush hills of Florence, you’ll still find artisans who use the age-old techniques of their ancestors to craft beautiful, well-made furniture with exquisite hand-layered finishes. It’s always an incredible experience to see the masters at their craft.
It’s our philosophy that you should never buy a piece of furniture that just solves one problem. If you buy versatile pieces that can move around your home with ease and that serve multiple functions, you’ll have pieces that stand the test of time. Because of this, we’re always designing pieces with clever, hardworking details — like our Etta Cachepot. It’s not just a plant stand, it can be a champagne bucket when you’re entertaining and a side table too!
Jana Bek is an interior designer with a fantastic eye for color and an even better sense of style. Through Bek Design, she works with clients all over the country to design spaces that suit her clients’ needs and budget. Today, she’s sharing how she gave her small, outdoor balcony a makeover with Suzanne Kasler’s Directoire Collection.
Unique lighting can elevate your room from perfectly pretty to downright gorgeous. It’s that final touch that really makes a space sing and feel complete. But it can be tricky to figure out which style works for you? Take our quiz to find out which chandelier is your spirit animal.
As the old saying goes, you only have one chance to make a first impression, and that’s why we think it’s important to add some finishing touches to your front door. It doesn’t take a lot, but a nice welcome mat, some greenery, and a wreath on the door can make a world of difference. And give your guests and neighbors a hint to the fabulously stylish space you’ve created on the inside. Here are our picks for creating a front door for late summer and early Fall: