There are times when all a room needs is seating enough for two people to share a nice conversation. Such is the case in this rural Texas home.
While this living space calls for a larger grouping of furnishings, the sidechairs in the foreground by Ib Kofod-Larsen add a classic modern pairing to the room.
These two butterfly chairs were custom made by Robert Smith, and are perfectly positioned for gazing into the firelight.
Central to this living room is a pair of George Mulhauser for Plycraft chairs.
Two white butterfly chairs sit gracefully on a wooden balcony of this Los Angeles home, built by architect Ray Kappe in 1967.