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21 Different Style To Decorate Home With Blue Velvet Sofa
The architectural design may be amazing but without the right furnishing, the structure may look drab. To make the interior really look great, your furniture will contribute a lot. The decor, the color and the materials that will go with your furniture can again make or break the room where they are situated. You might be in a quandary if a blue velvet sofa is tough to use and decorate around.
There are unexpected touches that can set aside the boring effect of blue color and instead it could offer a classic and regal touch. Once you are conceiving of a blue velvet sofa for your living room, the tips are on the right style, the appropriate blue shade and the accents surrounding the blue velvet sofa.
Do not hesitate to pick blue velvet sofa for your piece of interesting furniture. Here are 21 ideas to enhance the effect of the color. Pick your desired style and color then be guided with the right accessories.
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Types of Blue Velvet Sofa
When you think of a sofa, you will have an endless choice based on size, style, material, craftsmanship and others. You can start thinking of a one-piece sofa. If can be long or short and is described as to the number of people sitting on it. So, there is the 2-seater, 3-seater, 4 or 5-seaters. To the sofa, you can have an additional piece such as the ottoman chair. Another common style for big living room is the L-shaped.
There are more styles than you can imagine however, there are three basic things that govern a sofa style. These are the arms, back and legs or skirt of sofa, regardless if it is a blue velvet sofa. Some style of arms and back will tell that the piece of furniture is traditional or modern. This will be the frame of the sofa but the way upholstery is done and trimmed on the frame accounts to a different aesthetic appeal.
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Different Shades of The Blue Velvet Sofa
Aside from the back, arms, skirt, seat, there are more descriptions to peruse about a blue velvet sofa. There is a wide range of classic and favorite styles but five most popular styles are sectional, sleeper, traditional, love seat and chaise.
The sectional style is set in many ways. The L-shape for instance is for a room’s corner. There is a style with separate sections, usually two sections. There is a modular blue sofa with separate seating areas allowing for the sofa to be rearranged based on the number of people seating on them. The sleeper is made with dual purpose in mind. They are for seating during the day and at night, when the cushions are taken away a fold-out bed comes out. But despite the variety in style, the traditional 3-seat sofa remains to be the most popular over the years. They can have high or low back or removable cushions. The loveseat blue velvet sofa has become popular today. The popularity may be due to its requirement for lesser space but could only accommodate two people. The fifth popular style of sofa is the chaise which is actually a modern twist to the sectional style. This is equipped with long cushion such that you can comfortably lie down on it.
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How Color & Texture Affect The Ambiance
Having decided on the style, you can go and find the right shade for your blue velvet sofa. The blues range from the icy ones to bright, then to the royal blue and deep blue. Do you want a lighter color or a darker blue? Your choice of shade can produce different feelings such as warmth, vibrancy or lightness.
Here are some suggestions. If you opt for the lighter blue shade, complementary colors for accents are lavender, muted green or silvery gray. Opt for white lampshades, cushions, rugs or walls. For dark blue velvet, you can have warm colors such as burnt orange or red. This will produce an appealing contrast. Hot pink and sunny yellow are colors that are effective for aqua blue sofa.
For added balance in the room, you can layer the texture with window treatments. You can lessen the shimmering effect of the blue velvet with organic jute window curtains or shades. With the shine of the sofa, you can match some metal candle sticks, frames of mirrors or painting and base of lamp. A rustic coffee table can counter balance all the shimmering decors.
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