Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 00:03:00 AM by Lily Cornelissen. Living Rooms.
4‐Don´t forget to flip: For a quick fix don´t forget to flip your mattress regularly 4 times a year is recommended. Just like with your own bed and repeated pressure from sleeping bodies could lead to lumps with bumps. Giving your mattress a regular flip would help to "avert" any deep depressions also keeping it flatter for longer.
Published at Monday, May 14th 2018, 23:52:48 PM by Angela Koningh. Living Rooms.
This sofa integrates comfort with a light with airy appearance that lets your visitors make themselves right at home while getting a good night's sleep.
Published at Wednesday, May 16th 2018, 17:27:37 PM by lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms.
Daybeds: A daybed is a single twin mattress that sits in a frame to give it the look of a sofa. Since the frame lacks the cushioning of a standard sofa and this style is best for a room that‘s not going to be used regularly for pleasurable.
Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 12:35:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Lily Cornelissen. The Polaire chair has its own way of being special. Its uniqueness comes from the fact that the backrest has this slit down the center which basically splits it into two separate halves. It’s definitely an unusual way of suggesting the idea of comfort but it actually works. Moreover, this unexpected design detail makes this piece a great candidate for the title of cool accent chair. The fact that the tapered legs match the color of the upholstery is pretty nice and quirky too.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 14:33:53 PM. Living Rooms By Jeannine Buteau. Get creative with lighting. Thanks to its larger size and corner or L-shape, the sectional can balance different types of light fixtures. Below, clustered pendant lights visually fill the gap carved out by a corner sectional. Consider installing a statement light fixture above your sectional.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 00:15:48 AM. Footstool & Ottoman By Xavierra Aurand. Complement your scheme with a decorative tray. Instead of looking to simple ottoman trays in neutral colours and materials, try a more decorative piece to ensure your arrangement packs a design punch!. Create a rustic ottoman tray scheme with a vintage style crate instead in chic weathered wood. Display a stack of crockery and arrange fresh cut flowers in a glass jar for a gorgeous farmhouse feel like this beautifully French-inspired scheme from Dreamy Whites.
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. 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 Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:59:39 PM. Living Rooms By Adele Dautrich. Accent with muted pinks or purples and metallics. Soft pinks and purples, like dusty rose and blush pink, pair beautifully with gray. The muted hues add a touch of femininity without overpowering the design. Metallics often complete this color palette, adding a chic touch of glamour to the overall look.
Published at Monday, August 13th 2018, 14:12:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa By Anne Beenhouwer. The name alone — Chesterfield sofa — carries a certain air of distinction and even royalty. Rising to popularity in the in the 18th century, historical websites note that this iconic sofa has a slightly murky history. It is thought that the fourth Earl of Chesterfield commissioned it when he wanted a comfortable seat that allowed him to sit upright, however, there is no historical confirmation of this.