Freshen a room’s design by pairing neutrals with color

Masterfield furnishings recently on display at Knox and Panoply

Are you planning a living room redesign in the new year and looking for some inspiration? One of the lines we enjoy carrying at Knox and Panoply is the Masterfield line of furnishings. Masterfield Furniture Company, established in Taylorsville, N.C. in 1974, is known for its eight-way handtied furniture. The eight-way handtied furniture technique is considered a superior method of furniture construction.

The sofa shown in this grouping features Notion fabric, and the red pillows and matching chair providing a pop of color are in the Kobe Cherry fabric. If you have a specific color palette in mind, you’re bound to find just the right fabrics from Masterfield since the company offers literally hundreds of fabrics and leathers for their upholstered furniture.

Pairing a piece such as this colorful red chair with a neutral sofa is an excellent way to add color for those who may be “color shy.” Choosing a few colorful pieces and accessories and adding them to pieces with neutral fabrics such as gray, beige and white will help freshen a room’s color scheme in a subtle way. Pillows, too, should not be overlooked when planning a room’s decor. Designers call them “noncommittal” ways to add color to a room because they’re not permanent, and pillows can be swapped out seasonally to update the look of furniture in a fun new way. If you’d like to check out the Masterfield line of furniture and fabrics for yourself, stop by Knox and Panoply and we’ll be glad to tell you more about this line.

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