Upholstery

From sofas to accent chairs to headboards, this page curates all the latest and greatest about upholstery.

Ambrosia Tufted Bench

Safavieh's Ambrosia tufted bench adds glamour, comfort and a touch of romance — perfect for Valentine's Day. Its clear acrylic legs make it seem as if the bench was floating in a room. Artfully…

Dita Settee

Known for his curvy designs, Christopher Guy pulled out all the stops to create the Dita settee, a piece worthy of its namesake. This made-to-order settee is shown in a blush pink and measures 39…

Flint Bunching Table

A contemporary coffee table, the Flint bunching table from Four Hands features a hand-stitched black leather or a metal base. Measures 24 inches in diameter.

Corinne Tufted Velvet Ottoman

With a kiln-dried hardwood base, the Corinne tufted ottoman from Abbyson Living comes in a luxurious Emerald Green velvet. Measures 39.5 by 39 by 15.7 inches.

Curl Up

In soft and tactile fur-like fabrics, new upholstery intros beg you to sit.  Pictured here, Highland House’s Catbird bench wears fabric HH5-0538-11 Grade:14 ­— a faux fur fabric that feels…

Atwood Bi-Sectional Sofa

Shown here in Muskoka Surf, the Atwood Bi-Sectional sofa from Gus Modern features a blind-tufted seat, back and arms with piping details. The base is made of solid wood with a walnut finish, and the…

Black Beauty Accent Chair

Finished in Tuxedo Black, Caracole's Black Beauty accent chair stands out with its metal accents on the legs and arms. Measures almost 31 inches in height.

Sloan Steel Chair

Cool stainless steel and luxurious teal velvet make the Sloan steel accent chair from Abbyson Living a cool customer. Coordinating lumbar pillow included making it comfortable as well as stylish.

Baker Introduces New Fabric Collection by Philip Gorrivan

Baker announced this week the debut of a new textile collection with designer Philip Gorrivan. The Philip Gorrivan Fabric Collection for Baker includes 11 fabrics, representing Baker’s first guest…

Fringe Benefits

Generations of bikers, hippies and cowpunchers can’t be wrong: There’s just something about fringe. Sure, it’s festive. Certainly, it shimmies. But it’s not for the faint of heart, and therein lies…
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