Amie Corley Design
Casual or formal, gilded or whitewashed, upholstered or cane. When it comes to settees, we aren’t particular. In any room, nook or cranny, from the oversized to the teeny tiny, it seems that there is a perfect settee for every spot.

We are obsessed with everything that Amie Corley Design has done in this first space: the alligator, the flokati, the coral, the books, the lucite, and, of course, the settee complete with those super-fun pillows. An area that many might have ignored becomes a gorgeous sitting area with a few fabulous touches.
Hopscotch and Grace
A splash of hot pink and flowers adds whimsy to this traditional frame. Thanks to Hopscotch and Grace for the photo!
James Michael Howard
Love the weathered paint, the starburst mirror, and, of course, James Michael Howard for putting it all together.
Design Addict Mom
Isn’t this painting, from Design Addict Mom, awesome?
The Townhouse
Virginia MacDonald Photography
This photo by Virginia MacDonald proves that, when it comes to settees, the old can be reinvented in unexpected ways. What a fun way to recycle!
Vintage Home
A more casual look from Vintage Home
Traditional Home

And a much more formal one from Traditional Home.

The Decorista
This chic look from The Decorista is perhaps our favorite. The flax color is calming and complements the details of the wood perfectly.

Everything Fabulous
Fabulous cane backing from Everything Fabulous.

Victoria Neale Interiors

I sometimes think of settees as being a little stuffy, but this one, from Victoria Neale Interiors, looks like you could just plop down and take a nap.
Happy 2011, everyone! We hope the first Monday of the New Year is a great one!