Couples are always dealing with agreeing on…. well, everything. I’m sure someone out there is dreading dealing with their significant other on where to eat dinner (doesn’t Chinese take out sound good right about now?!)
But in this case, dealing with the style, comfort, feel, furniture, accessories (and cost of everthing!) to perfectly accentuate any area of their shared space… That being, one of the most important rooms that couples must agree on, their living room… Coming in right behind bedroom. When I say living room, I’m implying the most commonly shared room in the house, whatever you may call it… Living room, family room, hang out room, etc. While it is important to have an aesthetically pleasing living room, it is also important to be comfortable. For the majority of the time, this room is going to be spent with your loved one(s) watching hours of Netflix. Ami right?
To my amazement, Anthropologie has some really amazing furniture! That’s not really a surprise, is it?! The fact that they have some amazing hardware (knobs, hooks, handles) should be enough to let me know that everything else will be drool-worthy (I’ve already had to wipe my keyboard and my lap dog’s forehead).
The sectional I selected for this design, the Slub Velvet, comes in 12 fabrics! 12 really tempting fabric colors that will make it difficult for you to choose which one you want to love on forever!
Each color is so neutral to me, in a good way! You could seriously choose any of them and still be able to change your room’s décor for years. It truly is all about finding great main focal pieces (i.e. big pieces of fur-nee-chur and changing up your décor items as you get older, as your taste changes, your affection for an increase of throw pillows changes, your need for more leather, or maybe even your need for more shaggy textures).
If you like what you see… or a friend, bestie, mommy, daddy, sister, brother, etc. are having trouble finding that dream sofa for your dream house, or finding your dream anything for your dream abode, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’d be pleased as peaches to help! Or, ask away questions in the comments section, I’m here to help.