It's a bold move to choose a large checkered print for your sofa — that's a lot of pattern. But when you keep your palette otherwise simple, with just a couple other principal colors, it works! I absolutely love the daring sofa in this room. And just because the space really has just two colors (brown and white) doesn't mean it's not fun. Textured pieces, such as the shag rug, fur pillows, and driftwood table, are playful but still subdued. The room also has intrigue because of the unusual shapes of the furnishings: the arc floor lamp, the organic coffee table, the jungle-like tree. And then, a few high-style elements like glass vases and a Costume National book polish it off. To get this look, start by picking up the Pal + Smith Madison Sofa.
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