In our living spaces, we’re focusing on brightening our color palettes, bringing in life with new pieces, and enhancing the function of our surroundings.
To celebrate the launch of our Spring 22′ collection designed with Target for Threshold, our team styled a seating space look with some of our favorite pieces to show you how you can incorporate them into your own home.
Keep scrolling to shop the look and read about the process behind it!
We started with thinking about the layout of the room and how we could best place each furniture piece to encourage conversation, comfort, and ease of movement throughout the space. In this look, we created a square around the console table and focal point of the room, centered by a round coffee table.
The sofa anchors the seating look, and the two chairs and a bench seat sit parallel to each other to break up the shapes in the room and bring a more relaxed feeling to the space.
Styling a bench in a living space is a great way to bring in extra seating while maintaining a lightweight visual appeal that allows the area to feel open and relaxed. Plus, if you have a window with a great view or are designing an open-concept space, a backless seating option won’t block your viewpoint!
This textural console table was a perfect focal point for the layout of this room, and we love how versatile it is in form and function. In a smaller seating area, it could be styled under a TV or artwork like we incorporated it here. In a large entryway, it would be the perfect drop-zone and anchoring piece to welcome guests.
The details in this space bring the room to life and give it personality with different levels of heights and shapes, mixed textiles, and thoughtful decor pairings.
We wanted to reflect the feeling of spring through playful patterns, textural accents, and a soft, pretty color palette.
The pillows in this collection were all designed to pair well together seamlessly, and we couldn’t wait to put them into practice in this space!
We balanced warm and cool tones with our pillow combination look in this space with pared-down blues, light dusty pinks, and warm terracotta tones. Mixing the scale and type of the patterns, we played with both geometric and floral prints to create the perfect curated combination.
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