Sofa. Friday , June 09th , 2017 - 13:54:56 PM
If you know what exactly you want, the choice is easy. Just in case you are not sure, there is no substitute to actually sitting and testing your comfort level before you buy it. Sometimes, people buy sofas for the look, color and design but later discover that it's not really what they wanted. So be careful before choosing and give priority to comfort level above everything else.
Traditional styles use two or three cushions for both seat and back. If you're just replacing the seat cushions, you have a few choices. If the back of the sofa is one piece - without attached or loose pillow-backs - you can use as many seat cushions as you want. One full length seat cushion lends a sleek, modern look to an older style. Just use the same fabric as you use for the sofa slipcover to make a cover for the cushion. If you like a more traditional feel, use two or three evenly sized cushions on the seating platform.
To pair bright colors with neutrals is the thumb rule of any form of styling, be it for your clothes or for your home. A beige, tan, gray, white, or ivory-colored sofa is always going to go well with any kind of dcor. And this is its biggest benefit. A seemingly dull space can be transformed simply by throwing in a couple of colored cushions on the sofa, a throw on the back, or with a bright vase next to it. On the other hand, a very vibrant space with a colored wall can be toned down with the placement of a neutral-colored sofa. So, whether you have blue walls or taupe, sage green or burnt orange, these colors are likely to fit in anywhere.
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