Fashion to Furniture Style Match: The Jet-Setter

COAUTHORED BY SAMANTHA ROSE Emily

If you’re having a hard time finding the furniture pieces that will perfectly express you, Furnitureland South is a great place start looking. Design Consultant, Samantha Rose, helped Emily find her perfect style match by matching her style of clothing to furniture pieces found at FLS.

The “Jet-Setter” is a contemporary, energetic, and clean style. This type of person is always on the go, traveling from one desirable location to the next. Functionality, quality, and comfort are just as important as the stylish yet timeless look. Emily’s outfit is a great example of this style. She’s keeping it low-key with white but has fun with a pop of pattern. The shoes are fashionable but great for extensive walking.

The Jet Set Dresser by Bernhardt is a perfect style match in name, in functionality, and in look. The soft white of the drawers is cleanly outlined in a rich wood with accents of gold for elegance. These handles are reminiscent of earrings. They provide a subtle texture similar to the texture of the jewelry in Emily’s outfit.

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Just as Emily has chosen pants with an interesting pattern, choosing a textured headboard is a great way to visually break up your space. The linens and the rug offer the pops of color that create a welcoming feel that may otherwise be absent in a contemporary setting.

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Another way to create a warm welcome is to add a fun accent piece like this Lexington bed bench for texture. If you get stuck picking out accent pieces for your room think about what kind of accessories you love most and start there!

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