Eclectic Revisited (via)
A classic white painted French settee in the Louis XV style looks gorgeous upholstered in a bold blue and white stripe. Mixing modern fabrics with traditional lines makes the settee feel contemporary and fresh.
Jayson Home (via)
Taking an antique settee and reupholstering it with a trendy fabric, like a suzani or ikat, breathes new life into an outdated piece. While settees with straight backs are not the most comfortable, they are perfect in an entry hall.
The Louisa settee from Anthropologie has French style paired with pop blue upholstery inspired by Vera. Love the juxtaposition between the two disparate styles.
Style at Home (via)
Looking for innovative eat-in kitchen design ideas? Well, here you go. Love the wingback feeling of this settee. The wings create a nice nook for lounging with the paper or chatting over a long meal.
Bungalow Blue Interiors (via)
A camel back settee, a typical American antique, looks fantastic in graphic yellow and white upholstery. A single long cushion keeps the lines clean and the focus on pattern and form.
Porch Light Interiors (via)
Button tufting feels modern on this settee with exquisite lines. Love the pattern created by the tufting. This piece has an Art Deco feel.
West Elm (via)
A settee makes for great seating for a rectangular or square table. Just check the seat height to make sure it works with the table.
The Happy Clipper (via)
This sunny settee embodies many of the design elements that make a stunning settee: great upholstery; traditional form; attention to details. Would look great in an interior design for the dining room or greeting visitors in the foyer.
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