Published at Sunday, August 12th 2018, 01:49:25 AM by Jeannine Buteau. Curved Sectional Sofa. Hefer also used discarded materials that he could find. He has created works using kubu cane as well as used tires, leather, steel and raffia. His pieces celebrate the indigenous materials and crafting skills of Africa, which have proven to be fuel for his amazing human-sized creations.
Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 00:03:00 AM by Lily Cornelissen. Living Rooms.
If you dress your sofa‐bed with cushions of varying sizes then these could double up a boosters for pillows when visitors stay. Cushions are also good to stuff in any gaps that might appear at the side of the mattress and ensuring a cosy comfy place to sleep.
Published at Wednesday, May 16th 2018, 17:27:37 PM by lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms.
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.
Published at Monday, August 06th 2018, 23:38:59 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Xavierra Aurand. After starting with nests, Hefer’s work evolved into animal-shaped forms that are playful and comfortable. The figures invite people to climb into the comfy seat through the wide open mouth of the beast. From toothy crocodiles to killer whales, tigers and toucans – the “Monstera Deliciosa” collection, along with other assorted creatures, is a menagerie of inviting, cheeky beasts. Despite the large teeth inside the gaping maw of these works, they are still comfortable nests, beckoning you to crawl in and curl up.
Published at Monday, August 06th 2018, 13:02:34 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Angela Koningh. What about designs that are actually pretty common-looking and simple? They can be awesome too. This, for example, is a Cinova armchair and it’s one of the most comfortable-looking chairs ever. It’s also simple and classic enough to look exquisite in pretty much any type of living room, office or bedroom.
Published at Thursday, August 02nd 2018, 10:30:23 AM. Footstool & Ottoman By Anne Beenhouwer. As we know perfectly well, pallet wood makes an awesome material for many DIY projects. An ottoman is not an exception and you can build an awesome piece of furniture with it. We love IKEA hacks because we can make great things from inexpensive standard furniture. Check out how this awesome tufted ottoman is made from a plain coffee table.
Published at Thursday, August 02nd 2018, 07:48:46 AM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Suze Boogaard. Pelicanus Iris looks more benign than some of Hefer’s toothier models, and the ample lower beak of the bird forms a cocoon fit for lounging. Perhaps the old fable about storks and babies fuels human desire to want to curl up inside this seat. His creations initially have the light air of something perhaps designed for a child, but end up bringing out the child still hiding inside adults — the child who wants to be swinging in that seat.
Published at Wednesday, August 01st 2018, 13:23:45 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By Isa Van Hoebeek. Of all the things that can be transformed into an ottoman, a galvanized wash tube is perhaps the most surprising. It makes a great rustic accent, though, and we love it. This has to be the cheapest material you can build an ottoman from. Can you believe a bunch of plastic bottles and carton is all it takes? And of course, fabric of your choice to make it pretty.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 21:32:12 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By jasmijn van hoebeek. Make a statement with a large tray. Sometimes bigger is better and these large ottoman tray ideas are perfect surfaces on which to get creative with your styling... It's important to let your ottoman tray breathe as if it becomes too cluttered it will stop looking stylish and become messy. Choose a few select items and arrange them while allowing for space between them like this large tray from *Style Me Pretty.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 13:34:53 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By vera hendriksen. If you want to stitch the corner closed, use an upholsterer's stitch (ladder stitch) or an invisible stitch. Another option is carefully running a small bead of hot glue inside the fold and pressing the fold into place.