Are you searching for a new sofa or looking for a way to merge his & hers style into your interior space? A style you might prefer is the Chesterfield. The classic Chesterfield has been popping up more frequently as the premiere sofa of choice for living spaces, and also as a means of adding tufted texture to a space. The Chesterfield, a more masculine sofa primarily used in a smoking room or library was once only available in brown or black leather, but now manufacturers have made available in colors such as red, lavender, blue, chartreuse, and even yellow. A softer approach to incorporating this tufted titan into your home is to go for a neutral linen, especially for a French chic interior, or stay tried and true with vintage worn leather - perfect for a mancave or family room. Below is a peek at how to incorporate this traditional statement piece into your home. For additional inspiration and tips to incorporate a Chesterfield into your home, please visit the Hadley Court blog to view my Guest Post: Trend Pin Tuesday: Tufted Chesterfields...

Merging & Mixing Design Styles
Feminine & Masculine plus Traditional & Industrial elements into a space...

This warm and approachable room by Amy Beth Cupp Dragoo is an excellent example of not only harmoniously merging opposing design styles (traditional + modern + rustic) it also exemplifies a well collected space for today's lifestyle  and features a Chesterfield in white.

 For more image inspirations and manufacturer information about Chesterfields, please visit the Trending Now: Chesterfields board on Pinterest. If you missed my first guest blog post last week with Hadley Court, you can view at: Trend Pin Tuesday: Black Lamp Shades.

 Leslie Wood is the founding editor of the award winning blog, Hadley Court and Leslie also works as an associate for Chancellor Interiors. Be sure to also visit Hadley Court to see Leslie Woods' Top Picks from the Fall High Point Market coming up later this month.

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  1. I just saw a brown leather chesterfield like the second picture. I think it looks elegant but not too precious and would be a great way to marry the masculine and feminine styles.

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  3. I room done by Dragoo is wonderful really like the tomato color with white.



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