Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 12:24:43 PM by Angela Koningh. Living Rooms. Article also offers the Cube in white (which I would love, but I don’t find it practical at this stage in our family’s life) and a Thunder Gray (which was actually my original choice, but the Glacier Blue was available more quickly and I liked the idea of a lighter color). All that to say, it’s a lovely color but definitely a blue gray, not a warm gray.
Published at Sunday, April 22nd 2018, 03:13:02 AM by jasmijn van hoebeek. Curved Sectional Sofa.
5.Green is in. Get a dark bold green as a color for your couch. Green is actually in also doing good too. It pacifies your living space absorbs heat together with provides comfort too! Green is in vogue when considering your living space furniture especially the sofas. These are the summer sofa colors for living room.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 14:33:53 PM. Living Rooms By Jeannine Buteau. Despite its large size, its low profile made it perfect for our walls of windows. The previous couch (which was not particularly high-backed) kept bumping into the plantation shutters and forcing them closed. The view is straight out to our backyard, and it is one of the best parts of this room – and you know how I feel about all the natural light – so the height of the Cube is absolutely perfect. The low profile also helps accentuate the room’s high ceilings and makes it feel so much larger even though much more floor space is actually covered by the sectional.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 00:15:48 AM. Footstool & Ottoman By Xavierra Aurand. 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 Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 13:12:55 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Avice Carreau. 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 Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 12:24:43 PM. Living Rooms By Angela Koningh. Along the way, I’ve spent countless hours searching for living room inspiration. In hopes of sparing my fellow silver fox owners (or aspiring owners!) a few hours of searching, I’m sharing some of my favorite living room design ideas.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:59:39 PM. Living Rooms By Adele Dautrich. In accessories designer Fiona Kotur's Hong Kong house, the sitting room’s custom-made sectional sofa is dressed in a Designtex fabric, with pillows of a Lee Jofa solid and a Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks print; Kotur designed the cocktail table, which is clad in basketweave-pattern copper tile by Maya Romanoff, the 1950s palm-tree lamp is by Jansen, and the vintage Moroccan carpet is from Woven Accents.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:12:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Anne Beenhouwer. You can always position a curved sofa or sectional in a corner in which case you’ll be left with an empty little space behind it. You can fill that with a floor lamp, a tall plant or some other suitable accent piece or decoration. Another option is to include the sofa or sectional in a circular grouping. Maybe you could pair it with a couple of armchairs or poufs to complete the circle or you could have it face a fireplace. Also, if possible, it would be nice to have the sofa or sectional placed across from a focal point or a window with a nice view.
Published at Sunday, August 12th 2018, 19:28:46 PM. Living Rooms By lynn olivia buskirk. The media room in a Boston townhouse decorated by design firm Wells & Fox features three paintings by Mark Bradford and a work by Mark Grotjahn. The light fixture is by David Weeks Studio, the custom-made sectional sofa is clad in a Holland & Sherry wool, and the reproduction Illum Wikkelsø lounge chair by Lost City Arts is upholstered in a Jim Thompson linen blend.