Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 02:02:58 AM by Hedda Böhm. Contemporary. Finding a tufted, ruby red, velvet sofa for less than $500 is already a rarity, but when something this on-trend comes in for less than $400, it's really something to write home about. Emerald green is always a good bet this time of year, but this gorgeous sofa is so timeless it's sure to work in any season.
Published at Wednesday, January 23rd 2019, 01:21:34 AM by Sofia Franke. Midcentury. As homeowners are gearing furniture selections to comfort, the ottoman has taken center stage in front of many sofas. Really, an ottoman is just a large padded or upholstered stool or bench. It's a perfect piece to use in front of a sofa, as its soft top offers comfort for legs, the upholstery fabric contributes color and texture to the room, and the large flat to is ideal for placing a tray or books.
Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 01:07:17 AM by Sofia Franke. Midcentury. Wood can hold a lot of moisture when it is first harvested. What makes a kiln-dried frame better is that the process gets rid of most of the moisture inside the wood. Kilns are huge ovens with very strictly controlled temperatures and humidity. The kiln drying process can remove approximately 93% of the wood's moisture.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:50:03 AM. Contemporary By Edelmira Beck. IKEA furniture tends to be considered more functional than luxe, but this deep gray sofa is undeniably glam. The velvet portion is actually a cover, making it a cinch to keep clean. A tufted seat and two round bolster pillows add an air of sophistication to this sofa, while the mahogany legs keep it grounded.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:40:05 AM. Traditional By Iwona Braun. One of the downsides of IKEA products is that, unless you want to spend more on IKEA‘s furniture building service, you must assemble it yourself. While many find the directions easy to read and follow, others find the minimal directions frustrating. The cushions come vacuum sealed and require two to three days to inflate fully before they can be used and the sofa cover must be ironed which is no small task.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:37:32 AM. Modern By Izolda Dietrich. Before you even think of buying a sofa, you need to measure your home. Start from the entry, then move on to all the passages, hallways, staircases, or doors that your sofa will pass through to get to where it is supposed to go. Make sure to leave a few extra inches for maneuvering your furniture.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:37:29 AM. Midcentury By Jadwiga Busch. Sofa delivery can take anywhere from the same day to 12 weeks or even more depending on what kind of sofa you buy. To get delivery of your sofa sooner, try buying a sofa that is already in stock and does not require any customization. Here's how it works. If you walk into a store and select a sofa that is in stock, you can get it delivered fairly quickly. Since the store has the sofa in their warehouse and is not being customized in any way, it can be a fairly simple process.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:37:23 AM. Industrial By Lovise Engel. If you are buying a reclining sofa or a sofa bed, all mechanisms should work smoothly. Reclining, or motion furniture is generally more expensive, and you are paying for a functioning, smoothly running mechanism. It makes sense to check those features out at the store.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:37:19 AM. Contemporary By Mafalda Fischer. Compact and comfortable, this overstuffed gray 82-inch sofa from Blu Dot is designed to satisfy your laziest Sunday urges. Curl up against the super-fluffy cushions for an epic Netflix binge sesh—and relax knowing this low-slung sofa makes your living room look stellar.
Published at Saturday, December 29th 2018, 10:16:23 AM. Traditional By Mia Foehrkolb. Buying a couch online can feel like a leap of faith. To soothe your worries, start with this simple step: measure. There are a number of things to consider before purchasing your new couch, but the most important consideration is how the furniture will fit in your space. You´ll need to know a few different measurements: first, get the raw numbers for the length and width of the room in which your couch will reside. Yes, you might be able to squish an 84-inch couch into your space — but will your guests be squished, too? Ideally, there should be 36 inches between the wall and your furniture and 18 inches between your couch and the coffee table. This can also help you decide between a standard rectangular couch and a sectional. After all, nothing makes a cramped space feel tighter than an awkward sofa leg jutting across the floor.