Published at Thursday, August 02nd 2018, 07:48:46 AM by Suze Boogaard. Curved Sectional Sofa. 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.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:12:51 PM by Anne Beenhouwer. Curved Sectional Sofa. Hefer – his real last name — grew up in Johannesburg with a decidedly unartistic background. From high school athlete to army conscript to graphic designer, he eventually landed at Hunt Lascaris advertising as a commercial artist. From there, he evolved into his current work, armed with plenty of self-described “big ideas.” Hefer has said that his designs spring from a single question: Why does a chair have to be a chair? His collective works are a vivid representation of the fact that it doesn’t have to be.
Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 13:38:06 PM. Living Rooms By Suze Boogaard. Whether U-shaped, L-shaped, semi-circular, or taken apart and shifted into any pattern imaginable, the living room sectional sofa has become a staple for modern families wanting versatile comfort in their lives.
Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 12:35:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Lily Cornelissen. Various animal forms make up a fun, whimsical collection. The animalistic designs he shows pull at your attention from across the design show floor, and not just because of their form and size. Catching a glimpse of the oversized head piques curiosity to see more; to see what’s inside that gaping mouth. Once you approach, the cozy, fur-lined interior looks so comfortable you have to fight an overwhelming urge to crawl inside and view the world from the interior perspective.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 14:33:53 PM. Living Rooms By Jeannine Buteau. It's not humanly possible to get cozy on a love seat and you know it. So what's a tiny living room to do? Try the exact opposite, actually. The best sofas for small rooms turn out to be the biggest: sectionals! We realize this is a counterintuitive suggestion—Won't my itsy-bitsy room look totally cramped with a massive sectional in it?—but the best ideas so often are. "Sometimes using several small pieces can make a room feel cluttered," says Ashley Darryl, speaking about the sofa-chair-table cluster that's almost instinctive in a small living room.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 00:15:48 AM. Footstool & Ottoman By Xavierra Aurand. It can be difficult to place buttons evenly, so I cheated. Instead of attaching the buttons with a nail back or hand stitching them into place, I used a template, marked the button placement with chalk and then made an "X" with two staples where the covered buttons will be glued into place.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 13:12:55 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Avice Carreau. As you can see, curved sofas can be quite tricky to work with but don’t let that discourage you. In a proper environment, each of the designs we showed you here can look amazing. Look for ways to make that happen. Let the curves of the sofa soften the harsh and angular lines of the surrounding decor and let it become a statement piece. You can reiterate its curves in a variety of forms in order to create a harmonious interior design. For instance, pair the sofa with a round top coffee table or with a circular area rug.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 12:24:43 PM. Living Rooms By Angela Koningh. Whether U-shaped, L-shaped, semi-circular, or taken apart and shifted into any pattern imaginable, the living room sectional sofa has become a staple for modern families wanting versatile comfort in their lives.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:59:39 PM. Living Rooms By Adele Dautrich. 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.