Why we love it: Simple lines and a rich purple hue bring a modern sensibility to this sofa. Its vibrant color adds energy to a neutral room of grey, beige, or white. Against a blue wall, it would be stunning.
Why we love them: Designed by Antonio Citterio, these deep purple chairs have a low profile and beautiful sloping arms to make them a perfect choice for pairing next to your sofa or using in a seating group.
Why we love it: Another way to add purple is through accessories. And you won’t find a more stunning purple accent than this lamp. Made of amethyst-colored Murano glass, it would look lovely on an end table or desk.
Why we love it: It’s not just a rug — it’s a work of art. The hand-knotted rug features an abstract design in lavender, purple, and red that adds a contemporary touch to your decor.
Why we love it: Another beautiful purple option for an area rug, this Persian Tabriz rug has been over-dyed for a unique look. It would work exceptionally well with both contemporary furniture and more traditional pieces (especially those upholstered in soft pastel hues).
Why we love them: A touch of lavender beautifully complements more traditional décor. Each seat in this vintage set has been upholstered in a high-quality linen in that very hue.
Why we love it: The soft texture of the Ultrasuede fabric brings a rich touch to this royal purple pouf. This eclectic ottoman alternative offers an easy way to bring in a new color into your decor scheme without committing to a bigger piece.
Why we love it: The clear purple hue emboldens the shape of this chair, giving this functional piece a more sculptural quality. It’s also a piece of exceptional quality — it’s made by shaping a single piece of 1”-thick acrylic. Use it as an unexpected accent in a living room or office.