The industrial looking aluminum chairs by Strawser & Smith are a sturdy welcome addition to any transitional space. The wider girth of these chairs look quite comfortable for an all metal construction.
The height and visual interest in the banquette backing in a casual dining spot anchors and sets the stage for this serene pale turquoise kitchen. Tobi Fairley used this stunning Schumacher print in such a fantastic way. Just as an upholstered headboard acts as a focal point in the bedroom, this fabric panel seems inviting and just gorgeous. See more of this kitchen in this article by At Home In Arkansas.
Architectural Digest recently wrote an article featuring the stunning home of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne in Hidden Hills, California. The light and airy feel of their living room is light-heated and calming. The one thing that stood out the most to me was the eye-catching profiles of the Martyn Lawrence-Bullard designed wing chairs. They act as an anchor in the room, deepening the tone and punctuating the light washes of colour.
What do you like best about the above photo? The calming sea-blue and cream tones? The neoclassic shapes of the bench and chair? I have my eyes on the Alexandra Side Chair.
These two accent chairs are so similar, both in eye-catching jewel blues, both with pewter nailheads and dark ebony legs. The Eddie Accent Chair on the right is colored a pretty peacock on top grain leather available from Z Gallerie for $1'199.00. The Donovan Wing Chair on the left is a blue turquoise color, and is available from Horchow for $1822.90. Both would be a great punch of color in an other wise neutral palate of taupes and yellows.