By Isa Van Hoebeek. Curved Sectional Sofa. At Friday, April 20th 2018, 15:36:44 PM.
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.
Perhaps some of the appeal for his work arises comes from the general magnetism that hanging chairs have. Much like a porch swing or a rocking chair, the gentle motion is calming to humans. Of course, the fact that Hefer’s seats are furry, cocoon-like enclosures makes them all the more alluring. There’s certainly something comforting about curling up in a womb-like enclosure.
Buying a sofa is a major investment, both in terms of expense and of design. It is the most important piece because it anchors the space and is typically the largest item of furniture in the living room. The sofa style sets the tone for the room and will drive the look and style for the rest of the decor. As with any major furniture purchase, it’s best to plan before you head for the store. First, it is important to know what color and size sofa you need. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the different sofa styles that are available so that you can identify the styles you like. Here are 10 popular sofa styles that can be found in most stores and online.
Place two curved sofas in two corners and facing each other to give a small space a sophisticated look. Curved walls wasn‘t precisely standard "features" in most residences so it’s less probable to have such a detail than it is to have a living area with empty corners. That being said also you could "position" your curved sectional comfortably in a corner and matching the curve with the joint of the two‐walls.