Buffalo check is one of this years most popular patterns. It's most popular in black and white, but also be found in gray and white and navy and white. You will see it in pillows, throw blankets, furniture, tile flooring and even wallpaper. It has become so popular I think because of its versatility. It is a timeless, sophisticated print that can be traditional or modern, and go with just about any other pattern as well. To showcase that versatility, I am showing 1 settee, 5 different ways for a client. She has the option to keep the space traditional or a little more funky with some more modern elements. The shiplap walls in her home are the perfect backdrop to this bold settee.
This first look is the most traditional with floral prints with a black background to coordinate with the black in the settee. A wood and marble accent table. And a traditional task floor lamp in an antique gold.
Look #2 is more fun and modern with the large cactus print with gold frame from World Market. To keep things modern, I switched out the traditional floor lamp with a gold tripod lamp. The side table is swapped out for this simple black one.
Look #3 is more modern farmhouse. Wood accents in the lattice wall decor and side table. Yet still has a little modern edge with the gold floor lamp.
The fourth look leans more transitional with some modern gold accents in the floor lamp and side table. The traditional botanical artwork keeps it classic and timeless. Botanicals are very popular this year as well!
For the fifth look, I switched out the artwork for a mirror. A mirror is always a great choice to bring more light into a space. This vignette has a good mix of modern and traditional.
All of the looks above are easy to pull together yourself. Every item shown above can be found at Target, World Market, and Hobby Lobby. All of the artwork can be found on my Pinterest page WALL DECOR. This settee shown above is from Ballard Designs. It can be customized with any fabric and will also set you back about $1500.
I came across this less expensive settee, similar look, at At Home for less than $300.
I really think a settee is a good alternative to a console table or accent table and can work in a lot of different rooms. They will run you about the same price as a table and it is such a different, unique look to a space. Which look do you like best? Do any of you own settees or have you been eyeing one for you home??