Room design simplicity. The sofa and fireplace have bold, straight lines. The chair and pillows add softness with curvy lines. The lighting illuminates without design distraction, and the rug's lines give visual direction - "Walk this way." by Ruckstuhl carpets and rugs.
This LC4 Chaise Longue was designed by Le Corbusier (1928). The juxtaposition of hide, steel and wood is a wonderful combination of art, comfort and style. The black neck roll balances and ties in so well with the direction and color of the chair base.
Ecclectic design works so well with careful thought and talent. The patterns, textures and designs of the different period table, vases and lamp pieces don't get lost in their individual business, or compete for attention. The large, contemporary, graphic print helps separate each style while maintaining a unified design. If the print was in color, it wouldn't work. This would look stunning at the end of a long hallway.