1. Start with what you have. Even though I enjoy shopping for new materials, I first go through my inventory of fabric remnants to see what I already have that might be useful. In one instance, I had a geometric pattern of yellow, blue, and purple for the chair. Then, I used a solid purple color for the sofa. I made an ottoman and pillows using both of these fabrics along with additional materials.
While there are a lot of people who tend to overcrowd their living room with so many accessories, you should not follow their example. You can simply put a few accents and they will already be enough to make a statement for your home. Simultaneously, these simple add-ons will draw the attention of your guests to your corner sofa, which is the dominating piece in the room.
7. Realize that this is an opportunity to be creative, and let imagination be your guide. Match fabrics that you would not ordinarily put together. Sew some fringe in unexpected places. Enjoy yourself and laugh along the way. For instance, I stumbled on some bright green and pink zebra fabric in the sale section of a fabric store. It was a bit wild for my own personal taste, but it made for a sharp looking doll sofa. I matched it up with a bright pink vinyl chair, and it looked great.
Sofa Ideas Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 02:24:55 AM
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