Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 06:02:55 AM by Iwona Braun. 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 Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 11:03:06 AM by Brechtje Arnold. Midcentury. Why are kiln dried sofa frames better than air-dried or any other kind? Kiln dried sofa frames are considered a safe bet that your sofa frame is strong enough to last you a long time for several reasons. However, before we go into those reasons, you have to remember that it is not just important to look for kiln dried frames, but kiln-dried frames.
Published at Thursday, January 17th 2019, 08:55:11 AM by Ferdinanda Berger. Midcentury. Selecting the wrong color for your fabric can also be a serious mistake. It is always a good idea to bring a swatch home to look at it in relation to all your other furnishings, wall color, and light. Always choose a color you like and can live with. Don’t pick colors based on trends or just a whim. You will have to live with that color choice for years.
Published at Tuesday, March 19th 2019, 01:49:31 AM. Sofa By Berneen Chauvet. 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 Tuesday, March 19th 2019, 00:14:29 AM. Sofa By Susanne Bodin. 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 Monday, March 18th 2019, 22:49:24 PM. Sofa By Fayanna Guillet. If your sofa is looking saggy there’s a good chance you can make it look better by stuffing the cushions. Now don’t just shove a bunch of cotton batting in there because it will result in a lumpy cushion. Instead, take off the cover (most sofas these days have removable covers) and wrap the cushion in a layer or two of quilt batting or foam wrap. If you find it shifts around a bit secure it using a spray adhesive. And if you find there are still a few saggy spots, now is the time to fill them with extra pieces of cotton batting. Easy peasy.
Published at Monday, March 18th 2019, 21:48:06 PM. Sofa By Bernadina Lebrun. The price on this pillow may seem a tad high, but each piece is handcrafted from up-cycled, USA-grown cotton fabrics found along the sellers' journey. The zippered cover is removable for ease of care. You´ll enjoy the texture that this cream pillow organically adds to your sofa. The lumbar shape ensures you can place it anywhere for a pop of boho chic.
Published at Monday, March 18th 2019, 18:16:23 PM. Sofa By Susanne Bodin. This isn’t a sofa hack per se, but sometimes you can completely update a piece simply by changing what’s around it. Try some new art on the wall over the sofa, some new wallpaper on the wall behind it, or even new side tables and lamps on either side of it. When it's surrounded by different and beautiful things, your sofa might just look a little different and beautiful too!
Published at Monday, March 18th 2019, 17:08:07 PM. Sofa By Izolda Dietrich. Tired of looking at your same predictable sofa every day? We're here to help you change things up. Instead of simply placing a pillow in each corner and calling it a day, check out our favorite inspiration images and shoppable picks below for a fresh take on an age-old decor dilemma.
Published at Monday, March 18th 2019, 15:13:24 PM. Sofa By Izolda Dietrich. 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.