Floral patterns bloom on seating options, bringing in welcome pops of color and big, bold designs.
The Meghan swivel chair from Sam Moore features a traditional style with a deluxe seat cushion, welt trim and contrasting options. The sloping back makes for a relaxing seat. www.sammoore.com
When covered in this pink-and-green floral design, the Penelope swivel rocker from Jessica Charles becomes the center of attention. Available as just a rocker or swivel and as a stationary chair. www.jessicacharles.com
Norwalk Furniture’s Washington settee is shown in a bold Thibaut fabric and dusty Lavender paint. www.norwalkfurniture.com
A beautiful sculptural chair, the Fig chair from Julian Chichester is made from bleached walnut with turned brass details on the arms. www.julianchichester.com
Part of the Windsor Smith Collection for Century Furniture, the Runes skirted chair loves to tease, with sloped arms and a tall back ever so gently eased to hover between a conversational pitch and kick-back lounging. www.centuryfurniture.com
When wearing this floral-designed fabric, Taylor King’s Calhoun chair takes on a less-traditional-more-modern look. Rather than being tucked away in a corner, this chair can command a room. www.taylorking.com
Echoing the masterful adeptness that Venetian glassmakers achieved when they turned their attention to furniture, the Monarch bench from Currey & Co. is made of antique mirrored pieces that have been hand-cut, beveled and laid within this clean-lined design, then applied to a solid wood frame. Covered in a bright floral fabric. www.curreyandcompany.com