Your home is your oasis away from the world. It’s important that you make it a place that is inviting and comforting. However, it’s also important that you make it a reflection of your personality and your unique style. When people enter your home, you want them to get a sense of who you are, and your space reflects that.
Your living room is one of the key rooms in your home, and it will welcome the most amount of people. Your sofa is a key component of your living room. By exploring some of the top styles, you can find the one that best suits your personal tastes and needs. Here are some of the top trends in sofas for you to consider for your living room:
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Sleeper sofas are both stylish and functional. They aren’t the frumpy, old couches of your childhood. They come in all styles, colors and designs. You wouldn’t even know that many of them are sleepers unless you pulled out the mattress. Therefore, you can have a gorgeous sofa on which to sit and entertain guests during the day, as well as a comfortable place to sleep your guests at night.
Browns, beiges and grays are traditional colors for sofas. Yet they are neutral and boring and leave much to be desired. The latest trends include bright, bold colors for sofas. Red, navy blue, orange and even yellow are very popular right now. If you choose a bright color for your couch, complement it with more neutral accessories so that it can be the stand out in the room.
Lots of Throw Pillows
Throw pillows can add even more comfort to your couch and can be beautiful accents to the design. You can choose pillows in a variety of styles, sizes and colors to create a unique look for your couch. Anytime you want to change the design, you can simply change out the pillows and create a whole new look.
If you are looking to redesign your living room, you’ll need to start with your couch, as it can influence the look of the whole room. Consider some of these top trends for sofas to find a look that best suits your personal style. You’ll create a space that feels warm and inviting and that feels like “you.”