Published at Wednesday, May 16th 2018, 17:27:37 PM by lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms.
Futons: The most basic of sleeper sofas also a futon has a metal or wood frame with a single mattress on top. When it´s folded up the mattress "produces" both the back as well as seat of the sofa. While pretty comfortable as a bed: a futon could leave something to be wanted as a sofa since it has a firm together with somewhat unforgiving seat.
Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 00:03:00 AM by Lily Cornelissen. Living Rooms.
5‐Cushions, cushions & more cushions: You could NEVER have too many cushions; fact! Everyone has their own "outstanding" pillow arrangement when sleeping and you might like them big together with bouncy or flat as a pancake.
Published at Monday, May 14th 2018, 23:52:48 PM by Angela Koningh. Living Rooms.
SANO TATAMI BACKREST: Japanese design has a "unquestionable" elegance that European also American‐furniture makers find difficult to match. The Sano Tatami Backrest is a sofa bed with no frame and definition you could put it anywhere you wish without having to fret about corners or squeezing it between other furniture pieces.
Published at Wednesday, August 01st 2018, 13:23:45 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By Isa Van Hoebeek. Instead of one large tray for your ottoman, consider placing two smaller decorative trays side by side - for a more eclectic look go for trays of different shapes. Create uniformity between the two trays by using coordinating items, these tea light holders and votives from Lene Bjerre are perfect for creating chic groupings.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 21:32:12 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By jasmijn van hoebeek. Measure, cut and attach top fabric to the ottoman frame. It's important to keep the fabric grain straight here. Secure one side of the fabric under the frame at the center, then move out toward the corners. Staple a little at a time, then move to the opposite side, pulling firmly and evenly and out toward the corners. (This pulls out lumps and bumps.) Secure each side with a line of staples, moving out toward the corners but stopping at least 6 inches short of each corner.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 13:34:53 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By vera hendriksen. Soften the look with a round tray. Try echoing the shapes of your furnishings and creating a softer scheme with a circular ottoman tray instead... For circular ottomans, look to round trays that echo the shape of your furnishings for flowing lines and professional finish. This gorgeous scheme by Diane Bergeron combines a rounded ottoman with a circular tray displaying round dishes and a round vase for a trayscape that is visually striking.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 12:56:47 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Suze Boogaard. 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 Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 12:54:53 PM. Footstool & Ottoman By Adele Dautrich. Measure, cut and attach top fabric to the ottoman frame. It's important to keep the fabric grain straight here. Secure one side of the fabric under the frame at the center, then move out toward the corners. Staple a little at a time, then move to the opposite side, pulling firmly and evenly and out toward the corners. (This pulls out lumps and bumps.) Secure each side with a line of staples, moving out toward the corners but stopping at least 6 inches short of each corner.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 12:54:42 PM. Living Rooms By Anne Beenhouwer. 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."
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 04:16:19 AM. Living Rooms By Lily Cornelissen. There's nothing worse than hosting a movie night or cocktail party without enough seating. One guest ends up in a dining chair at the edge of the fray while another is relegated to the floor. Thankfully, there's the design wonder that is the sectional sofa. The L-shaped seating can typically be configured to be as big or small as you like, ensuring there's room for everyone—and then some.