In this cozy Dutch living room, a plush sofa by Cocoon is the centerpiece. It's complemented by a Persian rug and tables from Leen Bakker.
The high-design furniture does all the talking in this minimal Amsterdam abode. The array includes a HAY Mags Module sofa, Moroso Take a Line for a Walk fauteuil, Moroso Phoenix Table, and Flos Glo-Ball Lamp.
This Palo Alto living area may be small, but the adjacent, see-through pool wall adds a bold surprise. On the landing sits a vintage table and chairs by Edward Wormley sit, in front of a Florence Knoll wall unit with a vintage jewelry chest by George Nelson for Herman Miller. The Hinaki pendant light over the stairs is by David Trubridge.
This cozy home in Dallas is made up of a warm, muted palette with lots of texture. In the living room, a mix of comfortable seating offsets collectible pieces—like the Jean Prouvé daybed or Vincent van Duysen chairs by the window.
Designed by Ilse Crawford, the living room setup in Copenhagen showroom The Apartment builds a cozy space of darker neutrals. A Franco Albini rattan armchair is paired with a marble bookshelf by contemporary designer Muller Van Severen and Studioilse's new velvet sofa.
Sometimes, simple is the way to go. In this affordable Portland home, the clutter-free living space is divided into two distinct areas by a bookshelf, creating the impression of a larger space.
A more colorful example, the Manhattan apartment of two graphic designers shows off their quirky collection, which includes a vintage Eames leg splint and a “Wilhelm Tell” poster by Armin Hofmann.
A renovated 1970s home in Carmel, California was reconfigured so that light enters the space nearly all day. On cloudier days, a compact fireplace provides warmth.