17 Apr

Interior Design Consultations in Seattle, WA

ottoman with script on fabric with white sofa in background. interior design help in Seattle, wa

Wondering how to make a printed fabric like the one on this Coronet Premier Ottoman work in your space? Interior design can be a bit harder than you may expect, even if you’re a DIYer. When you fall in love with the way a piece looks online, but not necessarily how it looks in your living room, it can be frustrating. That’s why La-Z-Boy in Seattle offers free design consultations when you choose them to furnish your space. Free design services enable you to attain your vision, while also getting an expert’s input.

In the various La-Z-Boy Seattle locations, you can walk in and meet the staff that can make design magic happen. Combining pieces from yard sales and antique stores with brand new furniture can look fantastic. With an eye for interior design, our experts can arrange your space and make recommendations to greatly improve the overall feel of a room.
Pictured here is the Aberdeen Premier Sofa and Coronet Premier Ottoman.

To learn more about free interior design services in Seattle or if you are interested in these pieces, visit your local La-Z-Boy location:
Lazyboy Seattle
Lazyboy Lynnwood
Lazyboy Silverdale
Lazyboy Tacoma
Lazyboy Tukwila

05 Sep

La-Z-Boy Seattle Asks: What’s Your Style?


Everybody has their own unique sense of style. Discovering your own style can be, however, a daunting task!

Introducing the La-Z-Boy Style Finder. This quick quiz can help you discover your personal sense of style by providing you with a personal analysis of furniture choices tailored for just for you!

Visit the La-Z-Boy Style Finder to take the quiz!

07 Jul

Is Gray the New “Perfect Neutral?”

If I asked a person to name the best neutral color, beige (or its’ cousins taupe and tan) would likely be the answer you get.  For years beige received the most attention when it comes to neutrals. These unassuming neutrals with their murky undertonse can often be a bit diva-like once they actually come into your home.

Gray is becoming another great neutral choice because of its almost chameleon-like quality, and its range of warm and cool shades, without a difficult undertone to worry about. The emergence of warm “greige” opened gray up to all sorts of decorating styles and greige, (the marriage of gray + beige) almost single-handedly moved gray onto the list of perfect neutrals.


Cooler gray shades can make a room feel temperate and inviting on a hot day, and grays with a pearly cast matched with pewter, silver or mirrored accessories look refined and understated. You can even use gray effectively with gold tones, browns or lots of polished wood.

Because it’s bold but not as saturated as darker or brighter neutrals, gray can make an attractive statement without shouting. Gray is also a great spatial neutralizer. Used on a far wall, it can make a long room look more in proportion without drawing too much attention to the visual trickery involved. It can minimize the impact of a too-high ceiling and provide a very effective backdrop for wall art.

Many are saying that it’s time to welcome the new world of gray!  Tell us if your thoughts on gray in the comments section.

Learn more about gray as the new neutral.