I love settees and I have been looking for inspiration for a settee that my friend gave me. I brought the settee down to Southern California, so my dad can fix the broken wooden parts in his wood shop. Until Papa Rubbish finishes the settee repair, I will just daydream about what my settee will look like one day.
I love the pale blue, petite settee set as the spotlight in this gorgeous room. I cannot tell from this picture, but it looks like fuzzy, wool fabric.
This black settee is dramatic and I like the idea of using black because it would wear really well.
I love the contrast of this settee with the dark arms and pale linen. I also adore the striped rug the settee is sitting upon.
This large, white settee is lovely too and has a rustic charm.
Cane-backing is beautiful on a settee too.
Of course, velvet is always a glamorous, plush choice for upholstery and this blue velvet is stunning. I like the idea of having a settee in an entry hall, that is, if you have an entry hall big enough to hold one.
I like the elegance of this settee with softly-colored, wide stripes.
I like the monochromatic look of this one too with coco linen and natural frame.
I found three striped settees and after seeing these, I am really leaning toward upholstering my settee in stripes.
This black and white striped settee with the natural wood frame might be my favorite of all. It is such a classic style settee with an unexpected fabric.
The blue and white stripe against the gold frame is sharp and stylish too.
I love the way the French style of this settee is accentuated with this simple and charming, ticking striped fabric.