NEW YEAR, FRESH LOOK
Calm and serene.
Artful and pretty.
Form & Function
This season, discover our new selection of furniture, decor and textiles with a light, soft palette and hand-touched craftsmanship. Think glazed ceramics from Portugal, modern wood furniture and painterly pillows. Is it beautiful? Is it useful? Then it’s worth bringing home.
From refined carved marble
to rounded glassware, we
love the look of softly elegant
profiles this season.
SMALL SPACE SOLUTIONS
Multitasking furniture is a
small space must-have. Our
new Parisian-inspired campaign
desk doubles as a vanity with
extra storage, too.
Say hello to Gather
Our new Gather sofas and sectionals deliver
ultimate comfort and modern style to family life.
Where everyone hangs out.
Crafted in North Carolina, this collection does clean lines
right—and just look at those deep, sink-into-me cushions.
Choose from our two amazing performance fabrics, or make it
your own with a custom fabric. In-stock options available for
delivery in just 1 to 2 weeks; custom in 4 to 6 weeks.
Getting Cozy with Modern Home Furniture
Combine function and style when anchoring a room with modern home furniture. Not only do these collections of sofas, beds, dining tables and more complement your lifestyle, they also help create an environment that's conducive to kicking back and settling in. Whatever your preferred aesthetic—modern, traditional, minimalist or anything in between—decorate your abode with furnishings in materials and patterns that coordinate with existing decor.
Living Room Furniture
Create a laid-back oasis that makes a seamless transition from cozy reading nook to movie night central and back again with living room furniture. Looking for a sofa that lets you sprawl out while taking in the latest read? Consider a sectional sofa. Tuck an accent pillow or two into each arm, and toss a fuzzy blanket over the seatback for additional warmth when it gets chilly. It's also possible to create a custom configuration, complete with a chaise lounge and wedge. For those who often host overnight guests, opt for a sleeper sofa instead—providing a sheet set and bed pillow to help visitors get comfortable. No matter which way you decide to go, a coffee table completes the look. Use one in a classic shape, such as rectangular or round, to hold snacks and beverages during game night, or take a more industrial approach with one that has stainless steel legs. Living room furniture works in smaller apartments and lofts, too. Think a couple armchairs in front of the fireplace with a side table between them, or a loveseat with an ottoman nearby instead. Don't forget a media console. Not only does it fit in with any arrangement, it also offers extra storage while putting decorative objects, including vases, family photos and florals, on display.
Dining Room Furniture
Often the social hub of the home, dining rooms need furniture that keeps pace with your lifestyle. Enjoy hosting large family feasts? Find a dining table that's cut out for the job. Think a long one that makes a statement every day, or opt for an extendable dining table instead. Either way, seating is of the utmost importance. Keep it traditional with a series of armless chairs along each side, or take a more eclectic approach by mixing and matching. For instance, dining chairs with arms on one side and a dining bench on the other is sure to be a conversation starter. If you prefer a classic aesthetic, stick with wood for its simplicity, or take a more formal approach with button-tufted leather or polyester. When the meal gets underway, serve it buffet style at the kitchen island—setting up plates, bowls, drink dispensers and more on the sideboard along the wall. Remember to keep a stool or two on hand for extra seating. Looking for more dining room furniture? Add a bar cart or cabinet to your eating area as well.
Since about a third of your life is spent asleep, finding bedroom furniture that encourages rest and relaxation is important. For instance, a king bed in the master suite invites you to sink in while reading a book or watching TV. Be sure to cover the mattress with a cozy sheet set, too. Think percale if you enjoy a smooth texture, organic cotton for an environmentally-friendly touch or flannel for when it gets cold. In any case, a pile of feather-down pillows propped against the headboard adds an extra layer of comfort. For a more hypoallergenic solution, go with down-alternative pillows instead. Place a table lamp on the nearby nightstand, and use the stand's drawers for the storage of reading material, eye glasses, journals and other essentials. When you rise in the morning, make your way to the dresser or armoire to pick out the day's outfit. Want bedroom furniture for the kids as well? Peruse the cribs, bassinets and toddler beds for your little ones.
Home Office Furniture
Spruce up how you work from home with office furniture. Preparing for a conference call? Get settled behind your executive desk. Think one in walnut or oak for a traditional look, or go with brass legs to make a more opulent statement. In any case, a coordinating desk chair helps pull the aesthetic together. For instance, leather enhances the room's serious air, while polyester fosters a more casual environment. Be sure to find a chair that swivels and has wheels on the bottom—making it easy to maneuver through your space with ease. A filing cabinet positioned nearby helps you sort important documents and folders, too. Looking to add the final touch? Consider a bookcase that keeps research materials on display.
For those who want to impress guests as soon as they step inside, make use of entryway furniture. A console table just inside the door houses decorative objects, including standing photo frames, ceramic vases and statuettes. If space is at a premium, forego the table in favor of a floor vase, wall hooks and umbrella stand instead. Need a place to sit when putting on and taking off shoes? Look no further than an entryway bench. Many have shelves—keeping everyone's footwear out of the way—and concealed storage for accessories, such as hats, scarves and gloves. Entryway furniture works in smaller homes as well. For instance, a chest or cabinet in the foyer works just as well for storage and display.