How to Choosing a Sofa to Complement Your Home’s

Set your living room’s tone with sofa. a wide variety of sofas and couches, it’s easy to find the perfect one, but be sure your new furniture doesn’t overwhelm your space.

 

 

Buying a sofa is a big investment. ” Whether a sofa’s destined for a public room or a private space, its function—size requirements, lifestyle, and comfort level” If you choose well, it’ll be worth the investment.


And today?

We’ve discussed the one thing to make your home decorating a little easier.

 

St. Claire Traditional Style Sofas can be the superstar of the room, a style is important. “Envision yourself in the space and how you will use the sofa, then opt for a style that fits those requirements,” Choose your style Ask yourself, “What style do I like?” arm and cushion style, a back cushion style, and a base style? Use that as a jumping-off point, to complement your home’s style — Choose a that works with the decor of your room.

 

Engage Mid-Century ModernThe sofa will be one of the most-used pieces of furniture in your home, comfort, and support is paramount. Which will be best for you? and there are other considerations as well, such as style, shape, upholstery, and durability. with the huge selection of fabrics and materials available for couches.“Some people prefer to take a fanciful piece and upholster it in a neutral fabric, while others prefer a tailored design upholstered in a novelty or trendy fabric,”

 

 

….a little imagination.

Aesthetic is important. Choose your couch style that complements your home. If your style is sleek and modern, pick something that reflects that in clean lines and dramatic colors, and a high-back sofa will work better in a more traditional home.

The size of your couch and the number depends on the amount of space you have and the size of your family. If you plan to spend a lot of time lying on the sofa for reading or naps, make sure it has enough space between the arms.

 

Engage Mid-Century Modern Consider the proportions of the room and determine what height, length, and depth of sofa would look best in the space — make sure to measure your living area is right: If you’re short on space, think about buying a sofa with low arms or no arms — it’ll make your room look larger.

Soft seat, invites in to relax, Contemporary sofas tend to have cleaner lines, and if you have pets or children, you’ll definitely want to choose an option that will wear well, it is easier to clean — if your little ones or furry friends will be joining you on the sofa.

WHAT COLOR DID YOU PICK?

Also, between your new sofa and coffee table — avoid creating a too-wide distance between spaces. You’ll want to leave about 18-20 inches between the coffee table and the edge of your sofa. If you choose to add a pair of end tables to your living room setup, you’ll want them to be about the same height as the arm of your couch.

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