Pablo Picasso had his Blue Period. From 1901 to 1904, he created monochromatic paintings in shades of blue that were considered somber works at the time. Today they are among his most popular – most likely because blue is soothing and neutral color, and easy to incorporate.
Art Van Furniture has its “Blue Period,” too, in the form of a collection of chairs that provide respite to any room of your home. Whether you’re feeling blue or just soaking in its calm, here are five shades that will a Picasso-inspired feel to your home.
The cool splash of this blue Room Changer Occasional Chair will provide the icy sparkle of an early frost to a living room or bedroom corner. With two matching toss pillows, it will also provide a warm comfortable place to chat with friends or curl up with a book.
The whimsical pattern of our armless Keara Chair adds eternal spring to your room. The floral pattern features taupe, ivory and teal flowers against a neutral background. Perfect for a family room, it is also an unexpected option for dining room seating.
The gentle curves of our Marlene Accent Chair provide a striking silhouette for its bold peacock finish. Upholstered in a graphic teal and ivory pattern, Marlene steals the show. Whether it’s the seating area of a master suite to a living room conversation grouping, all eyes will be on “her.”
Our Lorenzo Chair is a wow piece! With its dramatic wingback shape and intense turquoise leather upholstery, it has about as much personality as a room can handle. A faux crocodile pattern and silver nail head trim only add to its intrigue. You might consider a pair, because Lorenzo will be everyone’s favorite chair.
Navy blue is timeless and easygoing, blending with just about any color it meets. That makes our Room Changer Occasional Chair in navy and white an effortless addition to your home. Introduce it to a room with chocolate brown, dandelion yellow or Pantone’s color the year, emerald green, for a relaxed and comfortable look.