Published at Thursday, November 22nd 2018. by Concepcion Mathews in Sectional Sofa.
It's a really great comfort story, cloud-like comfort, really amazing, Trillium cushions that we use and then above all else, it's a mix-and-match collection. You've got an armless chair, corner chair and the ottoman and you can create basically anything you want from the small-scale loveseat to a large scale. Section wow, that's amazing, so we're gonna send our Nomad over to the house and home studio. So why don't you guys have a browse around the showroom and pick some things that might go well with it great? let's get going, I was pretty excited about getting to use all the different things. Whatever we wanted from LT market, it was kind of fun. We just run around and pick whatever you want, pretty cool the shopping, spree yeah and imagine one of those shopping sprees where you return everything out, and you pretend that you're gonna these are kind of you know.
They're really cute, I feel like they might be better for what I'm doing. I don't know, I think, not having a budget or a client yeah kind of amazing always much easier. We did want to, however, make sure that what we were doing was different, so we kept that in mind. I, like the look of bees. I think I'm gonna go for a sort of a global bohemian look and hopefully, that'll be different enough from Jen's. I like to start off with sort of a color that I want to use, and then things sort of hello from looking how pink it is. This is a nice rug. I love the stripes on it. I think I might be layering more color and patterns, so I might try and stay away from that and go a little cleaner and sleek modern, there's so much in the store. Actually, it's really fun just to sort of walk around and see all their little. They have great accessories, it feels like you could spend like the whole day.
That's really nice yeah. I might be a little bit more competitive than you, because I'm the middle child that edge that maybe yeah, I typically am NOT, but I can be sometimes my setup. I call it soft modern. First I painted the wall, a really soft, putty-colored pink, I didn't want it to be too bright or too bubblegummy, and then I started a slide in the pieces of the sectional. They fit together really well actually, and then I unrolled my rug, which I may be in theory should have put the rug in first, but then getting the sectional one might've been harder. So there's a minimum catch-22 there discussion time. The toes are really really funny and like cloud-like, which is nice sort of tossing them on all right. Nobody sit on that now. Thank you, and then I brought in a coffee table that had a really warm wood tone to it. Well, this coffee table is really cool because it only looks like it has one leg, but there's actually a piece of glass down here, that's holding it up, so it looks like it's flowing and then I brought in a black cane chair which was really slow yeah. I'm a fan of that chair.
I think it's really cool. Looking piece, I love the way it looks. It's got a really strong shape to it too, which I really like, and I love the caning and I brought in some toss cushions those are beautiful brown, grave you're such a pink or yeah pinky in there that I thought picked up nicely with the wall brought In some books, just to sort of fill it in a little and give it some texture and some light and then your art, oh yeah, my art, the art was good, it was white and black, so it seems very simple, but I loved how much negative space There was - and I think that's pretty dramatic - I call this look soft modern. I wanted to keep the colors pretty neutral and mostly a little bit pale too, to kind of go for that softer, look and not have too much heavy or dark, but I did go for a few hits of black just to add a little bit of edge. It's really soft and sophisticated okay, good. So Kai, can you describe yourself? Well. First, we painted the wall. Maybe you don't know this about me, but I'm a terrible painter. So I needed a little extra help and I was really happy with how the wall color turned out. We put on the sofa as well, because we needed to see how the art was gonna hang.
It seemed very large, but because it's modular it actually fit really well in the studio, and I feel like well-suited to the challenge, because you can really change up the look just depending on what you do around it. It completely transforms the look, so I think it was a really good piece to work with and we rolled out our rug. So then we had to figure out how to hang the artwork. I had two pieces of rather large art, I'm gonna need help lifting I can't lift this on my own, thankfully rate goes around we rolled in that lovely coffee table. I love my coffee yeah, that's very great! Well - and it's not too heavy to like it's quite large and sturdy, but it's easy to move around and we threw down the floor cushions. There was a little bit of hesitation. I wasn't sure to go full out with the cushions on the sofa what we did and I feel like it worked. Well, I'm glad you do a lot of all the cushions together. Bad jokes. You know you don't really know until everything is totally in there, how it's all gonna play out. You have ideas, but I was pleased with how it turned out who would live. In I mean I would live in that room. It's kind of comfortable but approachable and colorful. I think someone obviously likes tough language, so know what likes you know appreciates color all the colors work so well that nothing is jarring. It's just like a beautiful event. Yet thanks Jeff, the sofa has a really relaxed feel to it. It has clean lines, but it's not severe or harsh. It has really sort of soft and inviting lines. It was a really nice piece really comfortable and it didn't have to specific of a look right.
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