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Aileen Joyce Living Room Furniture February 11th, 2018 - 09:48:46
Stickley Furniture offers the Stickley Craftsman Leather range, in black, white or traditional brown leather. The firms Bradford sofa, with 103 inches of gorgeous black leather offering 4 seats with separate cushions, along with a loveseat and separate armchair, will look fabulous in a living room decorated with white walls, pale wooden floors with a large black and white rug, and with occasional pieces that match the black and white theme. You could purchase originals or prints of modern art abstract or sketches in black and white and marry these with lighting consisting of modern shades over brushed or polished aluminum lamps - pr stainless steel if your prefer.
You may get confused buying living room furniture for a room that has already got certain pieces of furniture in it as there will be an existing theme in your room. The task would be easier had there been no furniture at all, however if there are existing furniture, it is very important that the newly bought furniture match the old ones so as to maintain an attractive look. So even if you dearly like a piece of beautiful oak furniture, you need to consider the matching factor as well. If you fail to follow this tip, then you might end up having a room which will be unpleasant to the eye.
You may decide on a color theme that could involve either matching shades or contrasting primary colors. Alternatively, you may prefer a combination of wood and leather: solid wood occasional and cocktail tables, and leather sofas and chairs, whether individual pieces or sectionals. Lets have a look at some options based on leather upholstery combine with solid American woods such as maple, oak and cherry.
Before buying living room furniture, room space planning often pays by helping you to avoid clutter. If there was one thing the Victorians were good at, it was clutter. They seemed to fill every inch of available space with furniture and accessories and forget that people needed space to walk in!