Last updated on November 3rd, 2023
With evolving design trends emerging every year, you probably want something new for your living room seating. However, we rarely think past a three-seater paired with a matching two-seater. So yawn-worthy! Well, it’s time to explore new pastures to inject a bit of life and passion into your decor.
So, what’s it to be? A daybed or a settee? Well, we have a list of the possibilities. And the best part is, you can play around with combinations of one or two styles to amp up your look. So, what are we waiting for? Let’s go!
1. Traditional Sofa. Where Would We Be Without It?
Let’s face it. All said and done, comfort trumps all. After the thrill of a new decor wears off, you want to sit back on your sofa with a bowl of popcorn and enjoy your movie. So, before you check out other options, let’s settle the argument with this must-have. A two-seater should suffice, as you will have scope to play around with other ideas.
2. Oh, the Comfort of a Daybed!
A day bed plays a dual role in the decor. You can use it to slouch comfortably or even take a nap. Sure, it’s got enough room to sit on when you have company. And it adds an interesting twist to the decor. So, why worry about definitions?
3. Wingback Armchairs Are to Die for!
Once you have your two or three-seater sofa in place, you will need to add more seating to the space. This is where these noble creations come in. The high-back winged chair has oodles of charms and evokes images of authors settling down with their pipes after dinner. So, go for it!
4. Swings Are in!
On lazy afternoons, the swing comes in handy. Well, as this glorious creation has made inroads into home decor, you can install one too. If a large swing doesn’t gel, go for funky swings woven out of jute instead.
5. L-shaped Wonders
The L-shaped sofa has many advantages when you compare it to the rest of the seating options. They fit neatly into your space and leave enough room to move around. What’s more, they allow you to add chairs or ottomans to the mix to make it more interesting.
6. Fabulous Futons
Futons are popular in studio apartments for their versatility. They open their arms for overnight guests and are also perfect for a game of Pictionary when you have friends over. And if you lack space in the bedroom, the futon is ideal.
7. Play it Your Way
Quirky seating ideas can amp up the look of your home. It can be outdoor furniture amped up with a few cushions, a traditional Indian jute bed to add a naughty twist to the decor, or even floor seating, Japanese style.
8. Sofa Beds
The sofa bed is never on the list when you focus on aesthetics, but if there are more people than rooms in your home, this divine piece can bring joy to your life. After all, you don’t want to lay out floor mattresses that may cramp your privacy!
9. No-arm Affairs
No arm sofas look quaint and take up a lot less room. Also, these modular pieces can be shifted around and arranged the way you like as the pieces have the same dimension.
10. Pouffe it Up
The best thing about poufs is, that you don’t need to give them much thought. They fit in almost everywhere and are perfect for resting your tired feet in the night.
11. Outstanding Ottomans
Ottomans are another must-have. They are comfortable to sit on and offer storage too. And, like the pouf, they fit in anywhere.
While this array of ideas is enough to keep you inspired, balance matters too. The size and the colors can make or mar your look. So, rather than wing it yourself, it may be a good idea to consult a professional. Homebliss.in has some of the best designers this side of the globe. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today.