Published at Sunday, November 11th 2018, 04:51:34 AM. Sofa. By arnold martin.
The sofa should math the living room in terms of style. So if your living room is minimalist, the sofa should also feature the same characteristics. Of course, you can also try to mix and match different styles and, for example, put a Victorian sofa in a modern setting.
In a décor that needs to feel relaxing, serene and minimalist, color is usually not used to its fullest. In this contemporary living room we have a very simple and neutral color palette featuring shades of white, beige and grey. The sofa is an off shade of grey and has two beige accent pillows that stand out in a very subtle way.
If you would rather not have a sofa in your living room, you’ll be happy to know that there are other options as well. For example, you can replace the sofa with a daybed of small dimensions and also add a couple of individual armchairs. Put a coffee table in the middle and you’ll get a cozy and chic décor.
Purple is often used as an accent color in modern and traditional interior design but it can look just as beautiful in a traditional setting. A set of two purple sofas or couches can be the main décor elements in a traditional living room, complemented by a fireplace, an ornate chandelier and a cow hide rug.