By k4gura. Sofa. At Thursday, November 29th 2018, 06:59:46 AM.
If you want the sofa to stand out from the rest of the room’s décor but you still want to somehow rely to it, you can choose a color that’s complementary to the accent shades you’ve used throughout the room. For example, here we have a green sofa. It has two red lamps flanking it on the sides and a painting with red background placed just above it.
The sofa is the center of any living room, the furniture piece around which the whole décor is being created. It’s why it has to perfectly integrate in the room. The color is very important. The color you choose for the sofa can either match the rest of the décor in its general lines or it can coordinate with certain key elements. It can also be the one piece that stands out without having to match anything. But let’s take a look at some examples of sofas and living rooms to better picture this image.
In this case, for example, the sofa coordinates with the flooring and the cabinets in the kitchen. The leather has a texture that’s quite similar to that of the wood. By choosing this shade of beige, you allow the sofa to seamlessly fit into the décor. Also, notice that the accent pillows on the sofa coordinate with the furniture as well, more exactly with the chairs and the coffee table.
To preserve a monochromatic subject and add texture also depth to "minimalist" ornament by placing creative wall. Drape an indigenous assemblage of thing on ledge or tables or add bit of "furnishings" in wicker and bamboo also further natural fibers. Flat an unusual ″design″ living area could labor the all‐white seem. By selecting an pronunciation hue of your option you could add another dimension to an all white ornamet.