By Adelbert Hahn. Sofas & Sectionals. Published at Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 - 05:45:48 AM.
A sofa can also stand out even if it has a very simple color. To make sure that happens, you have to place against a contrasting background. In this case, for example, these two grey sofas sit on a white area rug so they stand out without featuring a bold color.
It’s important to determine your priorities when selecting the upholstery material for a sofa. For example, if you want the living room to look elegant and classy, you can get a leather sofa. Fabric is considered more casual. The most durable fabric options include cotton, linen and synthetic microfiber. If you have pets or small kids, stay away from materials that stain easily or are difficult to maintain.
The sofa itself can blend in as long as it has accessories that make it stand out. A very simple and popular strategy is to choose a sofa in a color that’s similar to that of the walls or the main color used in the room and to decorate it with accent pillows in a bold and vibrant color. In this case, grey and orange are two color that look beautiful together.
Sofas are big, so where they're placed can have a big impact on the traffic flow in the room. People should never have to awkwardly step around items in order to pass through a room. Nor should there be any tripping hazards. It's important to make sure that there are a couple of feet between the coffee table and sofa, and between the sofa and any chairs. Create a clear path so people can walk from one end of the room to the other without difficulty.
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