You don't see coordinating sofas like you used to. The trend appears to have taken a dated turn and gone the method for Tuscan kitchens and popcorn roofs: as in, it vanished. Be that as it may, the matchy-matchy look is having something of a resurgence, with a few homes and lofts either making request in varied and occupied spaces by showing coordinating couches, or including a breezy, moderate vibe to the lounge by adhering to a similar style, simply increased by two. Check these stylish sofa design ideas.

  1. All Black

Create an inviting space in your living room by choosing Chicago Velvet 3+2 Seater Sofa. With a wooden frame and curved plastic feet, this piece is both modern and sturdy.


  1. Two-tone, black and silver velvet

What's better than two-tone, black and silver velvet couch? Two statement making couches that square off from each other from opposite ends of the room. While the combination of two velvet sofas might sound like a lot on paper, the room is kept simple and airy. Embrace glamour. Be more VARGAS.


  1. You can never go wrong with Silver

The stand out Jupiter Velvet Swivel Chair features sumptuous crushed velvet upholstery which will liven up any modern living space. With foam and fiber cushion filling and a sprung seat, the Jupiter is sure to provide with a comfortable space to unwind and relax on. With a wooden frame and metal swivel feet mechanism, this piece is both modern and sturdy.


  1. Gray Goals

This Lincoln Fabric 3 Seater Sofa boasts a modern minimalist design that will sit well in both contemporary and traditional interiors. With its deep set foam and fiber filled cushions working in unison with the serpentine sprung seat.


  1. Tan

The mid-century Oakland Sofa range includes armchairs, 2-Seaters, 3-Seaters and Corner Shaped Sofas in Bonded Leather. It was designed and inspired by the romance of classic design. Updating a vintage look with modern craftsmanship to create a supremely comfortable sofa that is always dressed to impress. Choose the OAKLAND to elevate your living space with a nod to an elegant past.

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