Mix and match Blue Sofa can create a tasteful interior system as well as offer other benefits. You can mix sofas of convenience, to add contrast and visual interest to a room or to you as two different sofas and cannot decide. As long as there is something in common between them or they complement another aspect of the room’s interior, no sofas do not have to match. Paint the walls in a color that is found in both sofas. If sofas have no color in common, choose a neutral color that looks good with both. For example, if a sofa is a blue and green plaid and the other is a cream color, paint the walls cream or tan.
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Arrange the sofas so they complement each other and the rest of the room. Set them opposite each other for a simple and natural conversation where you can see a large window. Add a chair or stool in a color that matches both sofas, if you have in the room. Use blue sofa covers to create blend and match the sofas if they have the same pattern or if there is nothing you can do to make them work together. A tan sofa would go well with a striped sofa in various shades of gold, oranges and brown. Black and white stripes, checkered floral patterns or other designs look great with almost all bright, single colored.
Tie the blue sofa together with accessories. Use coordinating curtains or drapes, a rug or pillows to tie in patterns and colors. For example, if one sofa is yellow and the other one is black and white, put yellow pillows on the black and white sofa and black and white pillows in a similar pattern or shape to the yellow sofa. Completing your drapes is easier when you can choose between yellow, black or white. Hang art or pictures and candles, plants or flower arrangements around the room to wear colors or patterns found in the sofas. Choose colors or patterns as you like.