Published at Friday, April 27th 2018, 23:58:03 PM by Anne Beenhouwer. Curved Sectional Sofa.
In its day Kagan's 1950 curved Serpentine sofa was a "revolution". Its undulating lines contrasted the traditional designs of the time also encouraged a centre‐stage position. A brainwave of Kagan´s specially for his clients who had "major art" collections as well as needed to see pieces from all angles.
Published at Wednesday, April 25th 2018, 22:53:10 PM by vera hendriksen. Footstool & Ottoman.
A design with legs would have an elegant look that's great for smaller rooms. Solid legs suit a rustic and country feel also while turned legs with castors are classic also stylish as are X‐frame supports. Metal legs have contemporary appeal. A large footstool could double up as a coffee table as well as is an perfect option for using with L–shaped sofas.
Published at Wednesday, April 25th 2018, 23:32:49 PM by vera hendriksen. Footstool & Ottoman.
4. Loveseats & Snugglers: Wider than an armchair also smaller than a standard sofa also a loveseat or snuggler is "excellent" for a smaller area such as an alcove.
Published at Thursday, August 02nd 2018, 07:48:46 AM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Suze Boogaard. This is the Gleda Medium chair, a version of the one showed just before this. As its big brother, this version of the Gleda chair has a frame made of solid oak. It lacks the armrests and the brass rail and this gives it a light and cozy look. The leather cushions match the frame in terms of color and give the chair an elegant and refined appearance. Other options are available too.
Published at Wednesday, August 01st 2018, 13:23:45 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By Isa Van Hoebeek. An ottoman, by definition, is typically a short and padded piece of furniture that is often used as a footstool, though they do have other uses. Ottomans often look like little furniture cubes, but can come in other shapes and styles. Not all ottomans are square; round and octagonal are other popular shapes for ottomans. Also, while most ottomans appear solid, with hidden storage under the seat, there are a number of open bottom designed options.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 21:32:12 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By jasmijn van hoebeek. Measure and attach leg hardware. You can add a dust cover to the bottom of the ottoman after it's upholstered; it's easy to find the holes in the leg plates. Place the frame on top of a piece of 2-inch-thick foam. Trace around the top edge with a marker and use an electric knife to cut out the piece of foam.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 13:34:53 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By vera hendriksen. A low-slung upholstered ottoman is an easy, budget-friendly and high-impact DIY upholstery project. And because you make it yourself, it's completely customizable. The first thing you'll need for this project is a frame. Retrofitting a shipping pallet works perfectly. Once you're happy with your choice of a pallet, it's time to get to work creating your one-of-a-kind upholstered ottoman. It's easier than it looks — all you need are a few supplies and a very basic knowledge of sewing and woodworking.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 12:56:47 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Suze Boogaard. Sectional sofas are a relatively modern invention, and fortunately, they have evolved beyond the versions of the 1980s that were all overstuffed and over-tufted. Actually, according to Furniture of Dalton, modern sectional sofas sprouted in popularity during the 1950’s, at a time when iconic American designers, such as Charles and Ray Eames, redefined the shape and style of furniture.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 12:54:53 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By Adele Dautrich. First, let's address any concerns you might have about using pallets. Not all pallets are created equally. I'd suggest using non-chemically treated, new, dry, un-weathered pallets for this frame. If you still have worries about using a pallet, you can easily construct the same simple frame from scrap wood.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 12:54:42 PM. Living Rooms By Anne Beenhouwer. And the fabric has a gorgeous linen look but seems so very durable – a huge factor when I’m choosing furniture that my kids will be using regularly. To make that easier, Article even has durability scores of the fabrics on their site; they recommend looking for fabric sofas with a Martindale rub test of at least 25,000 rubs… and the Cube surpasses that by a long shot with a score of 100,000. The couch is firm enough that you don’t fall into it and get stuck (which is important given how low it is), but it’s wonderfully comfortable to sit for hours – working on your laptop or watching a movie.