A white leather sofa can turn your living room into an elegant living space, even adding a sense of purity. The downside is that white tends to get dirty very easily, and sofas are not the easiest to clean. With this in mind, you can still design rooms with a white sofa room using appropriate accessories and decoration. Determine an elegant color to contrast with your white sofa. Lavender, cerulean and emerald are three excellent examples of colors that you can use for contrast. Add four to six pillows to the sofa in any color. Use different shades of color rather than put all pillows in the same shade. This both contrasts and complements the couch.
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Connect the white leather sofa and pillows with a matching mat. Choose a different shade for the carpet too, if possible. Place a black finished or glass of coffee table on top of the mat. Avoid using wood or a brown finished table as they do not match the white sofa and mat. Hang white drapes or curtains on your windows. If you dare, try using your selected color for the windows. Be careful colored curtains do not overpower the room, but. Finish with very few accessories on the coffee table, such as a couple of newspapers and a clear vase of flowers. A white-themed living room main purpose is simplicity and elegance and over decorating can reduce it.
Choose a “white” theme that supports your white leather sofa and includes collectible art or hobby as you have already invested a lot of time, money and passion. Whether your collection contains lighthouses and shells, figures or collection plates, whimsical cats or earthy ceramics in different shades of sand and terracotta, hang white shelves near the sofa and fill them with taxes. Get trendy. Enhance today’s passion for sky and earth paint blends to update your room, and your white sofa looks hot. All types of forest match white sofas: cherry, walnut, mahogany and more. Chances are, tables are brown, so painting them will not be required. Add a third color to the mix to break things up, such as cream.