sofa. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 21:13:12 PM
For a smaller living room, choose a beige or tan colored sofa with two matching loveseats. A bigger sofa will take up too much space and make the room look cluttered. The upholstery for such sofas should ideally be in a single tone without any print or pattern. Place the sofa against the window, and avoid placing it in one corner against the wall. Placing it against the window will make the room appear larger than it is. Complement the sofa by decorating the living room with soft and sheer upholstery and window treatments.
Many a time, people drift off to sleep on the couch while watching TV or reading a book. Using the couch for sleeping seems to be a space-saving and inexpensive option, and soon, it becomes more of a habit. Some people get so habituated that they never sleep in their bedrooms at all. They are not even able to get proper sleep there, since they believe they have more of a comfort level on the couch. But this is only a myth. The fact is, making the couch your permanent sleeping place is a bad option. In the debate of sleeping on the couch vs. sleeping on the bed, the latter is likely to win hands-down.
If neutrals seem boring to you, go for soft hues such as the ones shown above. They are not overtly bold, yet they stand out enough to make a statement. In rooms with bright or neutral colors, these, when paired with accessories of similar shades and tones, can make a great starting point for colorphobes. Muted hues that go beyond the obvious neutrals are perfect for such individuals.
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