When you select living room furniture at Art Van Furniture, our buyers and merchandisers have assembled groupings that help you create the perfect scene in your home. From traditional to contemporary, casual and rustic, we make furnishing your home a breeze – but we also encourage self-expression! Home décor should be fun, and by mixing and matching pieces from around our showroom you can easily create a unique sofa-and-chair grouping that reflects your personal style.
Take a look at the four different looks we created from the same sofa:
The sleek and simple Thread & Feather Kelley-II Sofa serves as a great starting point for any living or family room. In timeless transitional style, it features track arms with a unique panel detail. The textured upholstery provides visual interest, and the gold and cream toss pillows create a little bit of bling against the rich grey.
First, we paired the Kelley-II Sofa with the Abbey Chair, which is also from Thread & Feather. Upholstered in faux crocodile-patterned 100% genuine leather, its gold color plays nicely with the sofa’s toss pillows. This grouping is high style, creating a contemporary yet warm feeling.
Next we chose the Fandango Chair. Its chevron upholstery in orange, mocha and grey complements the grey of the Kelley-II Sofa, and its fun pattern creates a room that is casual and inviting. The lines of the chair are simple, providing a bit of curve to the otherwise sleek room.
Adding the La-Z-Boy’s Cabot Pressback Chair (or two) to the Kelley-II Sofa instantly creates a relaxing gathering spot for friends and family. The Cabot Chair is made for those who like to recline in style, upholstered in a muted pattern of neutral tones. Its simple lines mirror those of the sofa.
Finally, we’ve given the Kelley-II Sofa a more traditional feel by adding the Thread & Feather Kingston Chair. In genuine leather, its gorgeous transitional wingback design is stately but sleek. The nail-head trim complements the grey of the sofa for a sophisticated grouping in which to entertain.