Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Settee

When it's French it's a settee. When its English it's a love seat formally the courting chair. Whichever term you use a settee is always lovely and can be used as a filler piece in a foyer, under a stairwell, also outside on a patio or manicured lawn. In a small townhouse or condo use it in the living room with a contrasting upholstered chair...no need to stress about lack of space, it does the job well.

Alluring in the boudior
Tuscan style in rich hardwood
Mi casa es su casa...la patio... Casa Midy
Is it time for tea?
Classic English chintz... pretty
image: Thibaut

3 comments:

Kari & Kijsa said...

Absolutely beautiful interiors!

Thanks for a wonderful post!

smiles, kari & kijsa

Jodie said...

I LOVE a settee! I love one with a wicker backing, in a wood frame, with velvet cushions and small embroidered/tapestry pillows - like my Grandmother's. I love furniture that feels French or Renaissance. It's that part of me that sighs when I watch Pride & Prejudice. ;)
I have a difficult time though, marrying it to my current style in my house. I almost feel like I have to decorate each room a certain way b/c I don't know how to merge them well.

Red River Interiors said...

Jodie:

I know with the kids and all you are probably very busy...if you have pictures email some & let me give you some ideas...anytime you're ready the invite is always open...I'm full of ideas... Fay