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Settees: Where and How To Use Them

By: Casey Gerber

December 19, 2014

Featured Designer: Jamie Nash

A settee can be such a fun and refreshing piece of furniture within a room where we are so used to seeing the typical sofa and love seat combo. A settee can really become the star of the room or blend beautifully with it’s surroundings. Their versatility in shape, color, style, and pattern even will surely appeal to anyone’s taste.

Filling a Small Space

Purple SetteeSometimes you just need more seating but you don’t have the space for another full size sofa or love seat. The yellow settee above is a great example of how a settee fills the space but doesn’t overwhelm it.

For a Pop of Color

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What is not to love about this settee! This is a great example of how a traditional shape with its details brings character into the room but can also be updated with a fresh pop of color.

To Make a Statement

Settees: Where and How To Use Them

Even if a more subtle and neutral feel is your taste, this settee still makes a statement with the bold cream and beige color blocking.

In an Entry Way

entryOne of the biggest reasons I love settees there are no limits to where you can place them. Here they are used in an entry way. What better way to say a warm, inviting hello to your guests.

In a Bedroom

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Whether a cozy side vignette or a seating area at the end of the bed, why not incorporate a settee in your bedroom?

To Mix & Match

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How much fun does this curved settee add to the dining area! Settee shapes can allow you flirt with mixing patterns and fabric.

How have you used settees in your home? Share your photos with us!

xo,

Jamie Nash, Laurel & Wolf Designer

Jamie Nash is an Interior Designer and holds an AAS Degree of Interior Design, IIDA Membership, and is in the process of of obtaining her Leed Certification. She believes design is an extension of our personalities and can continue to grow and evolve along with us over time. Regardless of budget, everyone’s space should be allowed the opportunity to be designed well.

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