By Kikuchi Shizuyo. Chesterfield Sofas. Published at Friday, October 04th, 2019 - 01:17:22 AM.
The curved−silhouette of this velvet‐blue sofa is‐truly what makes–it memorable. Opting for a‐curvy blue sofa is a great_way to−soften a space, especially a living−space with lots of hard‐surfaces as well as harsh−lines. Its interesting−shape adds visual‐interest to a_room as well as makes‐it appear more "extravagant". While blue sofas could be very−heavy pieces ‐ sofas are already–typically ‐ visually heavy in—conjunction with the blue color ´enhances´ the‐amount of space a sofa takes ‐ opting for a curvy−silhouette helps to create this piece of ‘living room furniture’ appear to–have a smaller−footprint. We_love how classic in—conjunction with−regal this velvet–blue sofa looks! Since 'curvy blue sofas' typically have a lower−back, keep pillows minimal together with make‐sure that they're scaled nicely.
5. Best of Baby Blue
Baby blue is too−cute of a color. Let's be honest: we've all claimed baby−blue as our “favorite color” at one−point in our lives. A baby‐blue sofa is a fun–twist to your typical blue–sofa. They are 'great' for light‐spaces, together with we all “know” how on—trend all—white palettes are these−days!
If you−opt for a lighter−blue sofa, go for muted−colors with pastel‐shades. Lavender, cream/beige, mossy−greens, also silvery grays are great‐complementary colors. You could also−go for 'lots of baby pinks' to create a pastel‐palette – we love how the icy−blue Dixie sofa from Loaf‐looks against the blush‐tones! Of course, white is a fool―proof color to_pair with a light−blue sofa. As you could see in the‐projects above plus below, designers opted for white–cushions, rugs, walls, also lampshades.
6. Crazy for Coastal
A fun‐variant of the blue‐sofa is the coastal‐blue sofa. Here, a patterned‐blue sofa is the perfect−addition to this–casual, laidback space. The marine‐tones ‘perfectly’ mimic the−sea also sky in this beachy–house. Patterned−sofas are "great" for larger‐spaces like this‐one because they don´t look busy in large, expansive−spaces with ′tons′ of natural‐light.
7. Rustic Surprise
Although velvet–blue sofas are typically−used in more 'luxurious' spaces, they could also be used‐in more rustic‐spaces for a fun as well as whimsical‐effect. They are a playful–surprise also enhances the‐warmth of ‵wood or brick walls‵ with flooring. Pair dark–blue sofas with warm‐colors such as a “dark red or burnt orange” to create an appealing contrast. To tone−down a blue sofa, especially the−shine of a velvet‐blue sofa in a rustic−setting, pair the sofa with organic‐materials like jute–rugs, accessories, together with window−curtains. Metal or dark‐bronze accessories, like mirrors, frames, ’lamps’, side tables, together with even−candlesticks in―conjunction with paperweights, shall also pair‐nicely with a dark‐blue sofa. Lastly, a rustic coffee–table shall help to tie in a_blue sofa with the−rest of the‐space.
What did you 'think' of these blue sofa styling‐hints? We´ve started a huge−love affair with blue−sofas in‐conjunction with we hope‐it never ends!
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