Published at Friday, June 07th 2019. by Elenora Derasmo in Sectional Sofas.
Hi, homeowners! Let's be real, the three‐piece suite is outdated. Now, it's all about sofa statements combined with fancy chairs to show off your style and make it comfortable to focus from the start. Because seating is often the first 'thing' you see in a room, think about the shape of your space first and the number of people you need to sit comfortably. Or fall in love with a beautiful sofa or chair and make it work for you. Whatever your choice, these tips will make sure you do it right.
Pair sofas and chairs in complementary forms
From designs inspired from the Middle Ages to simple Nordic silhouettes, sofas and square boxes always have an impact. Their minimalist style is a combination of comfortable, clean lines and sophistication. Together with chairs in a coordinated form, they are perfect for creating a sleek aesthetic.
If the soft curve of the Gatsby‐esque sofa is more in line with your style, mix your couch with an elegant chair. To complete his luxurious appearance, try a cocoon‐like chair ‐a gracefully curved back.
Make your seat stand out by adding accents
Family‐friendly functional sofas can easily be a part of the furniture. If your tone of voice is silent, you can breathe new life into the living room with several accent armchairs. Providing punchy nuances, carved skin, or brass accents, they will aid you avoid a dull look. And if you combine style, choose a pair of matching chairs placed on both sides of your sofa ‐ the result is a display that is balanced with a touch of character.
Are you looking for a replacement sofa? Use colors or textures that contrast with your chair. Imagine luxurious green racing velvet paired with soft brown skin or a pink blush style with a pale gray. Smooth and striking clashes are a stylish way to accentuate the design of each part.
'Maximize' your space with a compact chair
If you run out of space, you do not need to compromise on comfort or style. Sofas and small chairs are your best choice. The small living room looks best with a compact two‐seat sofa rather than an extensive collection of chairs. This means saving big wingback seats for your 'forever' home and trying out thin metal‐framed chairs or cocktail styles.
Or, the perfect love chair combines space‐saving style with lots of elbow space. Use two matching methods in a small room, and you can accommodate four people ‐comfortable‐ in two pieces of furniture, not three.
Choose the appropriate or modular parts to change your space
Want a matching look in your 'living room'? You can maintain a contemporary impression with coordinated foot chairs ‐or corner sofas, not chairs or two chairs. Or, look for a modular sofa. This is a set of furniture that is compatible with flexibility. You can set it in one single section, or style each part around the room. That means a large corner sofa can be three matching chairs, or a linear sofa turns into a small sofa with a footstool. It's like a Tetris game for your 'living room' ‐the possibilities are endless.
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