Published at Sunday, February 10th, 2019 - 23:38:43 PM. Furniture. By Ardal Pohl.
In choosing the perfect sofa, take inspiration from these master craftsmen whose influence can still be found in living rooms around the globe. Thomas Chippendale was a mid-18th-century cabinet-maker and interior designer whose innovations spanned several styles including neoclassical, Gothic, and rococo. He is known for his book of elaborate furniture designs that include complicated arches and ribbons. Chairs and sofas inspired by the Chippendale patterns have exposed bases and legs that curve down to the floor and may be carved. The pieces are typically constructed with dark-stained mahogany or other highly esteemed types of wood. They are upholstered with fine fabrics.
Your new sofa will work as a focal point of your living room, so its best to buy a piece of furniture that fits in the decor of your room. For a sofa that will fit into any interior design, you can go for neutral colors with cushions of bold color to create a balance and prevent the room to look too dull. Whereas for a modern decor go for darker colors. This particular mix and match of shades will prevail the lively feel of your living room!
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