A couch is usually thought of as a basic piece of living room furniture. Most of the time we don’t consider it as an especially interesting thing or something which could be the focal point of the room, but you may be tempted to change your mind after checking out these selections from Horchow.
They demonstrate how different colors and fabrics can be combined into a single seating option to create a couch which is definitely different.
Is this option right for you? Like anything else in home fashions, you would have to consider your taste, the room where it would be placed, and your budget before deciding.
A piece like the Old Hickory Tannery Collage Settee would be an interesting choice for a formal sitting room. The frame has a black walnut finish and the cushions and other fabrics used are polyester/cotton/viscose blends. The set includes three pillows and two bolsters. This couch measures 67″L x 36″D x 37″T.
If you want a couch that pops with color, consider ordering one from the “Jara” Kantha Cloth Settee line from Massoud Furniture. Each settee in the collection is made from recycled cotton and silk sari cloth, and which means no two are exactly alike. It measures 60″W x 34″D x 44″T.
Massoud Furniture’s rolled arm “Rockford” sofa incorporates different colors, patterns and textures, but in a more subtle manner than the sari settee. The fabric is a cotton-rayon blend, and the throw pillows are included. This sofa measures 98″W x 70″D x 38″T.
How colorful would you like your couch to be? Do any of these make you want to mix up your furniture design or do you prefer to add color with accent pieces instead?
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