By lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms. At Friday, June 08th 2018, 00:25:04 AM.
Designer Alicia Murphy used a sectional in the living room of a teensy trailer she converted into a plush family getaway in Montauk, New York, for this very reason: "If you were to use a sofa and a chair, you would have about 36” of dead space in the corner—but by using a sectional you give that corner life. You most likely will add seating for two or three more people if you use a corner sectional rather than a sofa and chair."
Choose a powerful backdrop for a low-profile sectional. A sleek, low-profile sectional calls for a striking backdrop. Scan your living space before situating your clean-lined stunner, and choose according to background options. An interesting accent wall or exposed brick does the trick, as does a sweeping view.
So why does it feel like a risky move? "I think it's the same reason we often paint small spaces dark—which can feel counterintuitive but actually works so, so well in small rooms (den, powder room, etc.)," says designer Caroline Burke of Anna Burke Interiors. "A sectional can give you that maxed-out seating and help the room feel like a cozy nook, not a cramped back office."
Colorful sofa brings the light and lives the living room. To follow the color trend; you can combine it with gelato color for your wall. Pick any color you like and start covering your old color. You can combine two or more color as well.
4. Green sofa with greens: This idea is specially for colorful sofa in green. If you pick green sofa to welcome the summer; then you can make a perfect combination with small plants. Pick some and put them in small pots. You can use shelves or hanging plants to place those lively leafy beauties. Or; you can also put in your corner tables. Textured rug; stylish pendants; stripy green cushion and charming armchair will also make the look of your colorful summer sofa more perfect.