Bring on those cold temps! One of our fave furniture brands, Article, just released their new seasonal lookbook and it includes *all* the items we’re coveting for cozy nights in. The collection features sofas, chairs, and accents in jewel-toned velvets and luxe leather to make your holiday entertaining or present-opening even more appealing. Get the full overview of the mid-century mod line here, then keep scrolling to see the stunning highlights below.
The blue hues in this room have us dreaming of snug winter evenings curled up with our Netflix queue. Everything you need for the perfect night in starts with the seriously gorg Kits Velvet Sofa ($1599) and complementary Pender Accent Chair ($599). Of course, it wouldn’t be a homey space without something to kick back and relax on, and the Orbis Ottoman ($449) gives your toes — or hot cup of tea — a place to rest.
Let that same sense of comfort spill over to your bedroom this winter. The Lucca Pillow ($99) is an elegant touch that makes the idea of jumping between the sheets all the more inviting. Once the snuggle sesh is over, this plush Balla Sheepskin Throw ($89) softens the blow of that step back into reality. *Sigh.*
A close second to staying in bed on a frigid day? Hanging out fireside, obvi. When you really feel like sprawling out, the Divan Sectional ($2199) gives you plenty of room to go for it. Or simply grab a good book and cuddle up on the retro Thetis Chair ($799) for another great way to enjoy the flames.
Whatever your lounging needs, Article’s winter line offers textured and trendy pieces to fill your space with style. And since all the products are affordably priced under $2200 (with most costing much less than that), redecorating for the season doesn’t have to dip into that holiday budget — which we definitely appreciate!
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