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14 Types of Sofas You Should Know

Choosing a sofa does not limit to size, price, colour and material, the form and function of the sofa are equally important. In this guide we have explained 14 styles and their defining characteristics from arms to legs. Knowing these styles will help you appreciate great design, brush up on your design vocabulary and tell how different a chesterfield is from a tuxedo just like a pro. And if you're planning to buy one, it's always better to know the different styles so you can pick your favourite and know exactly what you're looking for. Here are 14 styles of sofas to choose from. 1. Sectional Sofa The section sofa is a multi-piece sofa. It can be arranged in a number of configurations with many styles, designs and materials depending on your preference. The common configurations are L-shape, U-shape, J-shape and semi-circle. The number of pieces are generally three and five. Suggested for: larger living rooms; great if you like to stretch out. 2. Chesterfield The

Colours that will be widely used in decor in 2017

Colour, being the holistic part of the home decor necessitates us to keep a pulse on the latest trending colours. Since we’re a couple of months into the year, a pattern for what trends are going to be in and what interior looks are going to be popular have started to emerge. From Marsala in 2015 and the Rose Quartz-Serenity combo in 2016, Pantone looked to nature for its 2017 trending Colour of the Year, Greenery it is. Drifting towards its obvious connection with nature, the colour has sprung with a hope to bring the regenerating, refreshing, revitalizing, and renewing atmosphere to your decor space. At IMM Cologne 2017, the first interior fair which took place for the year, green was the dominating trend theme in interior design. It made its way big into homes starting from the walls to the carpets. Another leading trade show for the global community of interior designers - Maison et Objet, showcased how green came through quite strong making it certain that this hue is here to s