sofa. Thursday , September 14th , 2017 - 21:13:11 PM
The Tuxedo has a rectangular shape and a clean-cut design which is very minimalistic. Just like the Chesterfield, it does have some tufted elements, either on the arms, back, or seat.
2. Keep a contrast with the cushions : Your cushions and your throws should have a different texture, colour or pattern. If you have a neutral shade on the couch, add a dark coloured cushion and use a throw or two with different shades. Fold the throw as per the length of the sofa. Flow it from the top and tuck the rest beneath the seat cushion. It will look systematised and wont hang unevenly.
7. LATE 18TH CENTURY: The Chesterfield designed sofa sets became hugely popular during the early Medieval Period. This rounded, upholstered sofa set with a shorter back is still used for the beauty it adds to the living room. In the yesteryear, this design was used for conservative purpose with ethnic motifs, but today it can flexibly be used with sinuous lines and odd symmetry.
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