By Sorrel Guyot. Living Room. Wednesday, May 17th 2017, 14:08:22 PM.
Modular sofas – they are quickly becoming the next big thing in contemporary living rooms. Allowing you to use the small urban living room in multiple ways and turning the large, open living area into a more social setting, modular sofas work well in pretty much every home. Apart from allowing you to easily move around individual pieces to fashion multiple compositions, modular sofa units also give you the convenience of adding more seating with growing family needs. Adaptable, fun and undoubtedly colorful, they bring an air of playfulness to the living room.
Colorful sofas have become much more accepted in recent times with neutral interiors allowing a bright and colorful sofa to shine through visually. Since living room backgrounds are becoming ‘increasingly colorless’, the onus of bringing excitement and brightness to the space seems to fall on the furniture that you bring in. This is precisely where a brightly colored sofa comes in handy. From brilliant red to bold blue and sunny yellow, here is a look at the best and latest finds that we have unearthed for you. Enjoy the flamboyant feast
A sofa in neutral hues that vary between pristine white to light browns and bluish-grays are generally the norm in most living rooms… that is, till just a few years ago! Today’s living rooms are going down a more exciting path with revitalized trends from ravishing 80s and nostalgic 70s making a grand comeback. A colorful and striking sofa is definitely a part of this exuberant new look. Visually captivating and yet still decidedly modern, here are 30 latest sofas and sectionals that combine comfort with color and panache –
Second, those with a green thumb and a good sense of style will fall in love with this unassuming, elegant lamp design. The charming, cloth-covered lamp design, Hana Stretch, is subtle and stylish and would make a great addition to a simplistic atmosphere in dire need of imaginative mood lighting.
The designers at Shige Hasegawa Design in Tokyo have created this interesting, nature-inspired table and lamp set which is designed to focus in on a sense of tranquility and innovation through simplicity. ‘Hana’ means flower in Japanese, which is pretty clearly the innovation for these products: first, the Hana table, inspired by origami, is constructed from five flower pedal-shaped plywood legs which collectively hold up the glass table top without the use of additional screws or bolts.