Published at Wednesday, January 23rd 2019, 01:21:15 AM by Edwige Becker. Sofa. If you'd like to recreate this look exactly, the paint used was Montana Colors' Greyhound Brown, but you could also use spray paint specially formulated for painting vinyl (pleather) and fabric. I know from experience that it works great. And if any of you do start spray painting your furniture, be sure to tell us all about it! Meri leaves us with these wise words of advice that apply to projects large and small: "Wear a mask when you spray paint."
Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 00:32:58 AM by Hannah Fuchs. Midcentury. This sofa placement isn‘t for design novices. As a general rule, you don’t want to place a sofa in front of a door because you don’t want to block it, and you don't want people to walk into the back of the sofa. However, if there's enough space and the back of the sofa has nice upholstery, this look can work very well. But it´s imperative that there be enough space to still have a comfortable traffic path. You also want to make sure to minimize any potential of visual obstructions. So if there´s any doubt, don‘t do it.
Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 01:07:00 AM by Edwige Becker. Sofa. This channeled sofa makes a serious statement. Buttery soft saddle leather creates a cushioned, hyper-comfortable couch that demands your guests’ attention. Pair with rich bronze accessories, and don't forget to add texture using rugs, blankets, and greenery—otherwise, you risk the bold leather overwhelming the space.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 17:22:15 PM. Sofa By Maddy Rolland. This option is structured and modern all at the same time, and the mink shade will work with just about any existing decor schemes. Interior Define’s entire line is highly customizable, so you’re sure to find something that strikes your fancy. But we‘re partial to this rich, navy sectional and its invitingly plush pillows.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 14:59:22 PM. Sofa By Darcel Sanchez. Around here, we love coming across ways to get a little more mileage out of our well-loved basics. So when I came across a genius idea about how to revitalize a 6-year-old saggy sofa with a quick trip to the craft store, I just had to try it for myself. My parents‘ poor 15+-year-old overstuffed leather sofa was years past being "overstuffed" and was starting to look really grumpy- like. However sad and grumpy, it´s a much-loved, quality piece of furniture so I was excited to add a few more miles to its already long and generous life.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 11:46:40 AM. Sofa By Antoinette Bertrand. To achieve a Scandi-inspired, minimalist look, pair a set of slouchy square pillows in one corner of the sofa (preferably one solid and one patterned), and prop a smaller, rectangular-shaped pillow in the center of the other cushion. Instead of predictably tucking a single pillow into the corner of your sofa, why not take inspiration from Cottage Cloth and place a set facing inward? We love her choice of contrasting striped fabric, too.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 10:11:48 AM. Sofa By Geneve Lopez. Yes, it’s true! You can give your sofa a subtle but effective new look by switching out the legs. Most sofas sold these days are not made of a single frame construction. In many cases the sofa seats, backs and arms are manufactured as one piece and then the legs are screwed in after. So if you want to make a change it’s really easy. Can’t find new legs you like? Simply spray paint the old ones to a new color and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the difference.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 09:50:09 AM. Sofa By Adrianna Roche. Combine low-profile beauty with a luxe supple finish. Rove Concept's Milo Sofa comes in a variety of fabrics and shades, but we love this vintage blue velvet, which downright shimmers. Put this sofa in a sunny room, and it’s guaranteed to shine.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 09:36:01 AM. Sofa By Jadwiga Busch. If you’ve got a plain Jane sofa and you want it to look more formal a surefire way to do it is to add some nailhead trim. Simply determine the lines of the sofa you want to accent and then nail in the tacks (try to place them at even intervals of roughly ½ inch). Just be sure to choose a solid part of the frame so you’ve got a solid foundation to nail the trim into. And it should go without saying that you cannot do this on a slipcovered piece – only on one that’s upholstered.
Published at Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 09:21:51 AM. Sofa By Sophia Friedrich. My mom was pretty positive there were no zippers to access the seat backs on her sofa, but after a little spelunking she was very surprised to find that, indeed, there were hidden zippers along the bottom back sides. If you can only get to the seat cushion, skip the Poly-fil and just pick up batting. For seat back access only: just Poly-fil.