Decorate My Living Room with a Fabric and Leather Sofa

Nov 6th

Blending contrasting colors, textures, patterns or materials in a large piece of furniture can create an interesting combination or a disaster in your living room. Bring your living room together in a harmonious way that includes leather sofa. Include information that shows up your personality and style, as your living room is probably one of the first rooms the guests see and were entertained. Paint the walls in a light color that adds leather and fabric to the sofa. For example, a light brown or cream will work if your sofa has dark brown leather and light beige fabric. Alternatively, paint a design, such as stripes, or use a lighter color, like red, on a wall behind the sofa for the contrast.

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Place a carpet on the floor to anchor sofa and other furniture. Use a mat with a pattern, such as geometric shapes or flowers, if your sofa has no pattern. If your sofa has a hectic pattern, use a solid color mat to complement the colors of the sofa. Arrange other furniture around the couch. Two leather chairs that match the leather sofa can also incorporate the fabric with a roll or pillow. Alternatively, you can use a matching leather ottoman instead of a coffee table with a matching fabric chair. Use dark wooden tables if the leather is dark but the fabric is light, or use another type of table, such as glass or tile that complements the sofa.

Hang wall decorations that pull your room together. The walls should reflect the style and theme or color scheme in the room. For example, use wrought iron wall sculptures or light bulbs to complement wrought iron and glass tables or a piece of modern art with geometric shapes to play the carpet. Accessorize the room with detailed items that complement leather sofa. Decorate with candles in the same color as the fabric and leather clad candles. Use a lamp with a leather lampshade or a leather base. Add splashes of color throughout the room with throws, pillows and other accessories.