Buy Seating Furniture Like An Expert
Seating in the home is not just limited to accent chairs. It also includes feasibly sized sectional-sofa in the living area, an upholstered bench in the entrance or bedroom and more. But, much before you invest in seating furniture, there are several factors to be taken into consideration like the space in your room, the design, material, tables you want to pair your chairs with, etc.
Here is an expert interior design guide that will help you shop different styles of seating furniture like a pro.
Whenever you think of extra seating in your home, chairs are the first thought. A hostess chair can make a nice standalone or a counterpart to your dining table. While buying hostess chairs, look for quality finish and fabric. You can mix and match color palettes. Also, consider the comfort factor for which you can look for upholstered back chairs, chairs with wings, extra throws, etc.
Looking for something fresh yet different that can seat multiple people in any room? Consider buying an upholstered bench. Install it in your dining area when there are extra guests for dinner, or place it by your bed end in the bedroom to use it as a footstool. Offering versatile seating, you can also use it as an entryway bench, storage bench, or simply a stylish accent to your living room.
Sofa or Sectional
Sofa-sectional can become the focal point of any living room. While shopping for couches, it is important to carefully examine the depth and height. The kind of fabric upholstery you choose is equally important. Also, take care of the color and texture of the fabric and the slipcover. You can even accentuate your sofa for added comfort with decorative pillows and throws.
Loveseat or Settee
If your hall or living area is small, opt for a loveseat instead of sectionals. Since, the size is small, mixing and matching the color palettes is easier. For instance, in a single room you can get two loveseats of different looks –one in a bold solid color, and other with patterns and prints and use them together to create an eclectic look.