By Isa Van Hoebeek. Curved Sectional Sofa. At Wednesday, April 18th 2018, 21:43:37 PM.
Although there are compact models which you can opt for, curved sofas and sectionals usually occupy a lot of space, not only because of their shape and size but also because they need plenty of free space around them so everyone can be comfortable while sitting down or walking around the room. That being said, you need to carefully consider the design and proportions of the sofa before bringing it home.
In a 2010 interview with Design Indaba, Hefer said that he “Pray(s) that South Africans start recognizing creativity when it is born not after it has become successful in Europe or America.” It is certainly Hefer’s mission to bring the artistry and skills of South Africa to the forefront, and many other areas of the world could also benefit from greater attention to the talents the offer.
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.
1. Repeat the shape elsewhere in the area. The sofa remains the focal tip while the coffee table in-conjunction with lampshade as well as chair are just accents. The delicate curve on the sofa is reiterated in the coffee table plus mirror. Although subtle also the round or curved details throughout the room stand out "independently" with as a group. A multitude of smooth curves support the designs of the sofa together with chairs.