Refresh your interior with recliners featuring fashion-inspired details.
If you’re looking to update and refresh your interior for the upcoming summer season, fashion provides rich inspiration. From the runway to everyday wear, today’s most on-trend styles feature classic shapes enhanced with tailored detailing. The perfect expression of everyday elegance, these design directions have made their way to home furnishings — creating looks that are as fashionable as they are functional.
Who says a recliner has to look like a recliner? The Glenmore, from the new BarcaloungerCorrelates Collection is defying the stereotype with a streamlined silhouette that will complement any home decor.
The Correlates Collection has 15 styles, 7 in linen and 8 in leather match, all with the look of a high-style accent chair.
Giving your space (indoors our out) fresh appeal starts with finding furnishings you love. Look for pieces that appeal to your personal sense of style and offer comfort you truly enjoy. You might be surprised at how many fashion-forward options there are in today’s motion furniture.
What can red, the most passionate of colors, bring to your home?
Everyone knows the unofficial color of February. From valentines to roses, the bleak of winter is interrupted this month with shades ranging from pink to scarlet. Red is one of the most powerful colors on the color wheel. Rich with meaning, its bold personality conveys energy, passion and more. Here are the top five reasons we love this classic hue, not only in February but any time of the year
1. ItElicits Emotion.
One of the great things about red is the power it has to create a feeling. Most often associated with love, it’s also synonymous with passion, energy and excitement.
If you’re looking to take a room from blah to brilliant, consider introducing red into your decor plan.
2. It Adds Drama
Just like the perfect piece of jewelry completes an outfit, adding a pop of color can transform a space. If you’re growing tired of the decor in your living area, study or bedroom, refreshing the space can be as simple as adding a red chair.
3. It’s Never Boring
No matter what angle you view it from, there’s nothing boring about red in an interior. Using it in your home conveys confidence and character.
4. It Comes in Many Stunning Shades
Candy apple. Racecar. Cinnamon. Burgandy. Berry. To say there are unlimited shades of isn’t too much of a stretch. Just look at the lipsticks at a makeup counter to discover the many subtle nuances of red that exist. The only question is: What shade is your favorite?
5. It Never Goes Out of Style
One of the best things about red is that it’s timeless. Unlike color trends that come and go, it’s a classic hue that never feels out of date. And as a primary color, it works beautifully with nearly every shade on the color wheel. If you’re looking to refresh your room, choose your favorite shade of red and get started!
Whether you love cold weather or already have the beginnings of spring fever, now’s the perfect time of year to embrace the beauty of winter’s most stunning shades of white. Nature’s purest color palette — winter white — is fresh, clean and effortlessly elegant. Here’s how to use it in your home decorating.
From crisp, bright white to soft shades of eggshell and stone, winter whites offer a no-fail decorating palette. The Markley Sectional Sofais covered in a lux cream and offers infinite options for accessorizing with neutrals or brights, depending on the season.
White leather furnishings offer a flexible aesthetic that can be styled to look traditional, contemporary or anywhere in between. The ultra-modern Emery Pedestal Chair in Capri-White offers 360-degree swivel motion with auto-return, an adjustable headrest, adjustable ottoman and angled pillow arms. Its coordinating ottoman gives new meaning to “putting your feet up” in style.
If you love the comfort of a recliner but want smart contemporary styling, the Cosmo Sofa Group, shown here in Cashmere White, is for you. Available in a sofa, loveseat and recliner, it lets you create a customized seating arrangement that fits your room.
Luxurious in every way, the new Micah Collection is coming soon and will add refined style to any space. Crafted in a soft shade of off-white, it’s the ultimate example of this refined color direction.
While spring is just a few months away, embracing the subtle beauty of naturally neutral hues is a great way to celebrate winter.
What’s your favorite shade of white? Be sure to let us know in the comments!
Whether you host the holidays or travel, have a large family or small, one theme transcends time and location — the need to rest and relax. This year, don’t let decorating feel like a chore. Be reasonable in what you undertake and choose to focus on what brings you the most joy.
Whether you create a traditional tree full of handmade ornaments collected over the years, or more of a “decorator” tree with careful planning and attention to detail, these 7 tree-trimming tips will help you create your best tree.
Tip One: Make the top the star. While it’s usually the last thing people decorate, it should be one of the first things you consider. From a traditional angel or star to modern sprigs of colorful decorative branches, be sure to accentuate the top of your tree.
Tip 2: Set the Foundation. The foundation of a tree is its’ shape and color. Make sure all the lights are working and you have enough for the size of the tree. Now, consider your color scheme. For the decorator look, limit yourself to 3-4 colors and 1-2 finishes. In the tree above, the color scheme is elegant and consists of cream, chocolate brown and spring green, with all gold finishes.
In the tree below, the color scheme is more organic, and features white, natural wood tones and taupe with silver and metal accents (although it looks warmer/more golden when the lights are on).
Tip 3: Use ribbon and greenery to fill. Whether your tree is natural or artificial, there will inevitably be gaps in the branches where you can see the trunk. Twisting ribbon and wrapping it in and around those areas helps create a fuller look and set a color theme. I do this before I place ornaments and prefer wired ribbon for its ability to be molded. At the very end, after you’ve placed all your ornaments, go back and fill any empty spaces with decorative picks and/or more loops of ribbon. In this tree, I filled in gaps with floral picks that look like natural cotton branches, as well as pinecones dusted with white sparkles.
Tip 4: Hang ornaments from the top down, smallest to largest. When you hang the largest ornaments near the bottom and the smallest ones at the top, it makes them easier to see and appreciate. I also tuck some ornaments farther into the tree and pull others out to hang near the end of branches to provide visual depth. I recommend green ornament hooks; they disappear and let the ornament shine.
Tip 5: Make it meaningful. Even if you’re creating a decorator tree, choose ornaments that reflect you and your family and that bring you joy. It might be angels, scotty dogs or a favorite college or team — as long as its meaningful to you, the result will be beautiful.
Tip 6: Sit back and enjoy your tree. Time shared around the Christmas tree are memories in the making.
Tip 7: Make sure you have comfortable seating. Today’s recliners comein styles, shapes and sizes to fit everyone. From plush fabric to sumptuous leather, a chair or sofa is a gift that keeps giving all year long. If you or family members find yourself squished in a typical recliner, you’ll love ourBig and Tall options. If you have small children or just find rocking to be relaxing, our Rocker Recliners andSwivel Glider reclinersshould be on your gift list.
Here’s wishing you both a happy and RELAXING holiday.
Everyone enjoys the fun times of summer, spring has plenty of fans, and winter enthusiasts love skiing and holiday celebrations. Yet, there’s something about fall that makes it extra special.
Maybe it’s the cooler evenings, football games, pumpkin-spice everything or the crunch of leaves beneath your feet. But it’s easy to love the respite between the warmest and coldest months.
Here are a few of our favorite tips for enjoying this season to its fullest:
The excuse to have a fire is one of the best things about the end of summer. Whether it’s an old-fashioned campfire or a modern fire pit, it’s a calming activity that brings people together to relax. Once gathered, there’s always a need for good snacks. We love traditional smores, but if you have a fire pit, or just don’t want to make a mess, try making your own no-mess version with adeep dish smores dip. Check out this recipe,shown in the opening photo, and try it out at your next outdoor gathering.
When the weather eventually sends you indoors, get cozy with seating that’s stylish and comfortable. Add a favorite chenille throw, a cup of cocoa, and light a fire!
More Marshmallows, Please
No matter what your favorite time of year, making time for yourself is always in season. This fall, schedule a little rest and relaxation for yourself and enjoy the restorative benefits of some much-needed downtime.