Published at Wednesday, 09 October 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Beatrice Genova.
Find your style. The sofa should math the living room in terms of style. So if your living room is minimalist, the sofa should also feature the same characteristics. Of course, you can also try to mix and match different styles and, for example, put a Victorian sofa in a modern setting. Pick a color and/or a pattern. The sofa itself shouldn't be the center of attention in the living room. So don't try to make it stand out more than it has to by choosing a very bold color. Also, trendy patterns are not a great option either. Pattern and color should come from the throw pillows or other accent elements.
So it is possible to combine formal and contemporary, you just need to use your imagination. Once you have you are couch, you can finish decorating your living room by finding pieces that match. A table with family photos or a fresh cut flowers will go with either formal or informal decor. A hutch for treasured knick knacks will also go well. Art work or a mirror for your walls. But it all starts with your sofa. Once you pick out the one that is right for you, everything else will fall into place.
Pick the right size. When deciding on the size of the sofa, you need to take into consideration a variety of aspects. For example, look at the whole room and figure out how much space are you willing to let the sofa occupy and whether or not there are other pieces of furniture that you need to include there. Perhaps you'd also like to have a couch in the room or a coffee table.
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