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Bring your style to life through visual interest.
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Chaise days
Set up your poolside soiree with outdoor chaises and lounges at the crossroad of style and function. Explore straightforward and lightweight chaise designs for an easily movable and long-lasting piece, or choose from an upholstered, cushioned lounge that provides a comfortable spot for an all-day lounge.

The right poolside setup will make your summer parties the most anticipated event of the season. Learn more about choosing the perfect seating for your pool with our outdoor chaises and lounges guide.
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Modern accents are the perfect finishing piece to a transitional style. Lamps, art, and vases balance out traditional furniture styles, achieving a modern design.

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Comfortable Seating

Optimize for comfort and style with plush seating. Transitional style blends the comfort found in traditional designs with the sophisticated look of a modern design. Try neutral fabric looks to achieve this balance. 

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Small Patterns
The smallest color proportion packs the biggest punch. This color creates bold contrast and stands out from the other areas in the room. Use this color in pieces you want to pop. Using contrasting colors gives you total control over which areas you want to highlight.

Poppy colors are best used in decorative pieces. Incorporate a bit of pizzazz through accent chairs and rugs in fun prints, or make wall art the focal point of your room. Whatever areas you want to stand out from the rest should be in this color proportion.
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Juliette White Outdoor Dining Table
RAYMOUR & FLANIGAN
Genoa Outdoor Dining Swivel Chair
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Juliette White Outdoor Dining Table
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Genoa Outdoor Dining Swivel Chair
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Blithe Round Outdoor Dining Table
CLIVE DANIEL HOME
Soho Arm Chair
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Dark Wood

Modern accents are the perfect finishing piece to a transitional style. Lamps, art, and vases balance out traditional furniture styles, achieving a modern design.

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Comfortable Seating

Optimize for comfort and style with plush seating. Transitional style blends the comfort found in traditional designs with the sophisticated look of a modern design. Try neutral fabric looks to achieve this balance. 

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Ornate Decor

Classic shapes and clean lines are a hallmark of a transitional design. Balance out heavier pieces of furniture with simple yet sharp tables and accent pieces.

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Gentle Curves

Set the foundation of your design with a monochromatic color palette. 

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Ornate Decor

Classic shapes and clean lines are a hallmark of a transitional design. Balance out heavier pieces of furniture with simple yet sharp tables and accent pieces.

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ROOMS TO GO

Dark Wood

Modern accents are the perfect finishing piece to a transitional style. Lamps, art, and vases balance out traditional furniture styles, achieving a modern design.

Shop by material

Comfortable Seating

Optimize for comfort and style with plush seating. Transitional style blends the comfort found in traditional designs with the sophisticated look of a modern design. Try neutral fabric looks to achieve this balance. 

Shop sofas

Ornate Decor

Classic shapes and clean lines are a hallmark of a transitional design. Balance out heavier pieces of furniture with simple yet sharp tables and accent pieces.

Shop decor

Gentle Curves

Set the foundation of your design with a monochromatic color palette. 

Shop tables

Gentle Curves

Set the foundation of your design with a monochromatic color palette. 

Shop tables

Define Your Color Palette
Define the color palette of your room by choosing your base colors. The right color scheme creates a balanced, put-together look.

1

Choose a Color Foundation

Set the tone of the room by starting with a neutral foundation color. Use this color for your walls, floor, or fixed surfaces.

2

Complement With a Secondary Color

Select a secondary color that complements your foundation. It should create subtle contrast that doesn't compete with the foundation color.

3

Finish With a Pop of Color

Create contrast with bold furniture upholstered in a pattern that packs a punch. Patterns should complement your palette but stand out from the rest of the room.

The Art of Mixing & Matching

After selecting your color palette, create visual interest by layering one or multiple patterns. Patterns of differing scales complement one another for a cohesive design. Don’t be afraid to mix different patterns.


Follow these simple pattern/color ratios to design a space that is colorful, fun, and put-together.


a) One large pattern + one small pattern + base color(s)


b) One large pattern + one small pattern + one medium pattern + base color(s)

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Small Patterns
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Calloway Peak Swivel Chair
Medium Patterns
Large Patterns
Create Contrast
Add varying degrees of light and dark colors and patterns to create contrast and control the focal points of your space.

Pair a deep, neutral wall color with a bold, patterned accent chair to make your furniture the main attraction, or let your walls take the stage by pairing neutral upholstery with a bold pattern on the walls.


However you mix, there is a place for you within the patterned playground.

– Rebecca Beckman from Magnolia Magazine.

Create Harmony

Patterns should coexist peacefully and never compete for attention. When working with multiple patterns, choose differing styles of prints that complement one another. Mixing geometric and floral prints creates trend-forward interest, whereas designing with only geometric or only floral prints makes a room feel busy.


Have fun with your design, and don't be afraid to combine more than one pattern into your space. Just ensure that the patterns follow the rules of the scale.

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Floral Prints
Abstract Prints
Geometric Prints
Classic Prints
Animal Prints

Push Your Style Boundaries

Ensure you’re having fun and letting your personality shine through your design decisions. Choose colors and patterns that are the best visual representation of you. The rules of style are meant to guide your choices. Don’t be afraid to bend the rules to create a space you love.

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