By lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms. At Wednesday, May 16th 2018, 17:22:03 PM.
Since I’ve had at least one little one in the house learning to walk for the past six years, I’ve been a big fan of tufted ottomans used as “coffee tables.” But I’ve never loved one as much as I love this. The Timpani in Charme Tan is incredibly gorgeous. The modular sofa is the piece that makes the room work, but the ottoman is the piece I am smitten by: the beautiful light brown real leather, the stitching in such a pretty pattern, the slight tufting… it’s all perfect. And totally baby friendly.
I think the round shape makes it feel like there’s much more floor space and feels balanced no matter how far it is from the corner of the sectional… And mom doesn’t have to go batty when it gets pushed askew by the littles. Suffice it to say, I love how our family room turned out. And I’m excited to share with you more details about the space…
Probably the only thing I might change if I had total control is I tend more towards warm grays than cool. Our walls, which are Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray, are my favorite – light gray with some warm tones – and our kitchen cabinets are a darker warm gray. The gray blue of the sectional really is beautiful (and actually complements our marble in the kitchen really well). I think it will be a very forgiving color: light enough to help the room feel bright (remember one of my goals?), but dark enough to hide the inevitable grime of young kids.
Standard foldouts: This style is probably what comes to‐mind when you think of a sleeper‐sofa. The mattress is supported by a thick and canvas‐like fabric that’s secured by springs on the side. Foldout mattresses come in a few "dissimilar" options: all innerspring.
The foldout sleeper comes in a wide "diversity" of styles. Comfort in-conjunction with quality vary widely‐depending on the producer so if this is going to be a daily–use sofa and purchase the best you could afford.