A piece of conventional wisdom that many, many people observe is this: Purchase a neutral sofa so that it can go across any style whims you might have, and last the years. I know that this is good, sage advice. Advice that makes it easier for the color adverse and those intimidated by design.
When looking at a beautiful space, the sofa is often the centerpiece, though. And a centerpiece begs for drama. But what color? Well, I took my design inspiration from Sherwin Williams' new Chip It! tool. I have lost hours to this tool, which works much like Pinterest. Anyone can create a customized palette from any image from the "Chip It!" button you save to your toolbar.
My palette is inspired by a recent trip to Paris I took with my husband (Paris in April).
I love how all of these colors create a soft and sophisticated, yet modern palette. And I found some sofas that fit the bill...
Sofas clockwise from top left: 1. Pierre Sofa, zgallerie.com 2. Chester Tufted Sofa, westelm.com 3. Emma Tufted Sofa, homedecorators.com 4. The Descartes, sofa.com 5. Pierre Sofa, zgallerie.com 6. The Dandy, maisonsdumonde.com
Your opinion on how sophisticated it is can be agreeable for almost anyone. I believe these modern palettes deserve the opportunity to become the center piece for the living room for its delicate texture and material.
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