Published at Thursday, 07 June 2018. Sofa Tables. By Louise Labossia.
One of the most important and fastest emerging home fashion trends California contemporary style celebrates the essence of summer with bright colors full light fresh and inviting outdoors and a simple yet chic visual appeal. Similar to California apparel (blue jeans and lived-in Tees and sandals) California styled home décor is also laid-back. Casual in true spirit. Spaces are simple with the emphasis being on nature and natural materials including renewable materials such as bamboo furniture and sisal rugs.
When guests come over they will all be kicking back on the sofa and setting their drinks on the sofa tables. The simple fact is that these pieces of furniture will get much more use than most other items in your home. When choosing your living room furniture you should choose your sofa first then the tables. Comfort - One of the most important things to keep in mind about sofas is that they are comfortable. You will want to try out the sofas you are considering a time or two before you make a decision.
Since California is about sunshine it just translates into sun-washed hues and colors. Over the last few years the furniture stores have been flooded with sofas in colors such as oranges pinks greens and purples; but now the new dominating colors are peaches softer greens and creams and browns. Another big advantage of using such soft colors is that they fade less easily. However since the colors that are now being used for sofa upholstery in California contemporary style are fade-friendly your sofa tends to have a soft patina adding to its visual value.
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