Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 01:06:25 AM by Brechtje Arnold. Midcentury. Selecting the wrong fabric for your sofa can be an expensive mistake. Make your fabric selection based on how the sofa will be used, and where you will be placing it. If you are buying your sofa for an area of your home that is heavily used, a delicate fabric or color would be destroyed even before you’ve had a chance to enjoy it.
Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 01:07:24 AM by Iwona Braun. Contemporary. Mustard yellow velvet may not be for everyone, but this moderately priced mid-century modern-inspired sofa also comes in eight other shades. ABC Carpet & Home knows a thing or two about stylish furnishings, and this bright coral sofa is a standout.Blush pink continues to be immensely popular, and it's particularly well suited to velvet. But this sleek sofa is eye-catching without feeling too trendy.
Published at Friday, January 25th 2019, 02:05:50 AM by Brechtje Arnold. Midcentury. Just as your sofa shouldn’t be too big or too small for your space, it shouldn’t be too big or too small for you, either. If you are tall, make sure that the seat is deep enough to allow you to sit in comfort. If you are not very tall or have bad knees, look for a shallow seat that lets you rise out of it easily.
Published at Friday, January 04th 2019, 03:03:17 AM. Modern By Sofia Franke. Sometimes one piece just isn’t enough. This is when gallery walls can really save the day. A photo gallery can allow you to create a really dramatic impact and it saves you from having to choose just one piece. Just remember when hanging pieces to create a gallery wall that all the items together will act as one unit. The center of the entire display should be at eye level. It's always best to plan this type of display before you start hanging. Place the pieces on the ground in front of the wall and play around with the arrangement until you find one that satisfies you. If space doesn't allow for this use graph paper.
Published at Friday, January 04th 2019, 03:03:16 AM. Midcentury By Mia Foehrkolb. This is another one for design pros and the design risk takers. In large rooms, a backless sofa (or chaise) is perfect for breaking up the room and creating conversation areas.
Published at Friday, January 04th 2019, 03:03:15 AM. Industrial By Mafalda Fischer. The frame and all the corners should be well padded. Run your hand over them firmly to see. A padded frame will not stick out through the upholstery, it also means less friction for the fabric that is covering the frame. Check the sofa from behind, and pat the center to make sure it isn't hollow.
Published at Thursday, January 03rd 2019, 00:00:00 AM. Modern By Sofia Franke. If you plan to use it as the primary sleeping surface for yourself, look into the type of mattress that comes with it. As you are no doubt aware, sleepers come with many different types of mattresses, some using specialty materials, some come with inner-springs and others are air beds. Try and find one with a mattress type you are happy using. Also look for a mechanism that opens and closes easily.
Published at Thursday, January 03rd 2019, 00:00:00 AM. Midcentury By Mia Foehrkolb. If you want to judge the quality of a sofa, go beyond what it looks like. Quality goes deeper than looks, and that is why two identical-looking sofas can vary so much in price. What lies inside determines how your sofa rates for quality. The frame, seating support and filling not only determine your sofa’s level of comfort but also its ability to retain its shape and stability in the years to come.
Published at Thursday, January 03rd 2019, 00:00:00 AM. Industrial By Mafalda Fischer. Sofas that have no separate seat cushions are often called tight seat. This style can be found both on traditional and modern sofas or sofas with wood frames. It is generally conveys a formal look. "Under the hood" of your sofa are the various parts that make up its structure. These are largely responsible for the longevity of a sofa.
Published at Thursday, January 03rd 2019, 00:00:00 AM. Contemporary By Lovise Engel. This unique three-seater sofa may be boxy by design, but it’s definitely not boring. The rectangular, dark-wood frame sits low to the floor, making the couch a perfect fit atop a plush rug in a minimal room. Prefer leather? Upgrade to the luxurious top-grain version for $1,200 more.