By Otthilde Braun. Living Room. Published at Saturday, December 02nd, 2017 - 22:14:52 PM.
You saw it, you loved it, you just had to buy it. But, what exactly do you put with that lovely brown sofa to make your living area decor work for you? Your sofa is almost surely going to be the biggest segment of furniture in the area (unless you have a huge bookcase to contend with) so there’s no sneaking it into an existing space design by just crossing your fingers also hoping for the best. Your attractive brown sofa have to be given a warm welcome with a complementary colour plan, as well as we’re here to show you how with the help of some brown sofa centric visualizations.
There is a huge tendency surrounding copper accents right now, from copper desk lamps in the house office to canisters in the kitchen. This visual illustrates just how amazing "copper globe pendants" like these look in tandem with a brown leather sofa. Both the tone with the luster work together in harmony. In addition, a cool grey backdrop is a more contemporary alternative to the traditional plus obvious cream coloured wall treatment we’ve seen done to death around brown sofas in years gone by.
Looking at house in a mid century contemporary living space, a ruddy brown sofa could be visually cooled by the implementation of a grey area rug together with grey accent chair. A duo of marble topped coffee tables complete the look. "Earth tone palettes" are always a safe bet when working with brown sofas, also could be very effective. A native coloured area rug as well as wooden floor are the perfect base for a brown sectional, plus natural greenery supplies amazing contrast. Painting one wall in solid fresh white is a good idea so that the overall scheme does not become too muddy.
Curtains do not have to match the colour of the sofa or sofa cushions; the selection of random sized throw cushions here are shades of cool mid‐brown on a rich warm brown sofa. Two armchairs mirror the outline of the sofa rather than its "upholstery" colour, whilst a black bookcase matches its thin black legs. This two‐tone sectional sofa has both brown with grey volumes in its make up, so the interior design of the area has been based around this contemporary colour combo.
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