Sectional sofas truly thrive in modern eclectic spaces, especially when draped with textural elements such as pillows and fuzzy throws. The contemporary look of many sectionals can be softened with accessories such as a plush rug! In the next image, we see the District 2-Piece Sectional designed by Mermelada Estudio and available at CB2: The tufted Tillary 8-Piece Sectional from West Elm is the perfect addition to the warehouse-style room below. While some may have gone with an ultra industrial look in this space, a softer vibe is achieved with the help of the sectional–the tufts add a feminine, elegant touch.
For those trying to add a luxury touch to their interior, there are also L-shaped leather sofas. They are easier to clean, just wipe the dirt with a damp or wet clean cloth, and you don‘t have to worry about leaving the fabric wet. Of course, the leather couches will cost you a bit extra, but the statement it adds, is great.
We start off with the unassumingly brilliant Fellow sofa designed by Maurizio Marconato and Terry Zappa. This seemingly modest sofa brings with it loads of comfort and is perfect for contemporary and modern living rooms where simple, straight lines dominate the visual. Its sleek canaletta walnut frame conforms to the idea of modern minimalism, even as it brings along with it the inimitable warmth of wood. A perfect fit for an urbane living room makeover.
Reinterpreting an iconic couch like the Chester sofa is a hard task indeed, but the fabulous Philippe does it with a dash of refined, contemporary flair! This might not exactly be a classic, but the rounded form of its frame does give it a softer and more transitional look. Draped in non-deformable, variable-density polyurethane foam and finished with custom technical fabric, this is definitely not your usual couch.
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