Say goodbye to grey and say hello to colour! For this colourful month, we’re looking to the rainbow to find our inspiration and how those colours in particular can invite a whole new outlook to your interior.
But don’t worry, you don’t need to go overboard to get this look, we suggest making sure your sofa is the standout centrepiece in your living room and this can be achieved with the right contrasting fabric or leather colour.
We’ve found 7 bold sofas (one for each shade of the rainbow) so you can see for yourself the difference they can make to your living room.
The colour that represents passion and boldness needs to apply to a sofa that brings the drama. The regal, refined Tetrad Coniston sofa looks lavish in deep red and instantly adds dynamic texture to any living room.
For the family home with a zest for life, an orange sofa can add a sense of paradise and warmth that radiates throughout just like the Penelope does. Its retro-inspired look perfectly suits the orange cover and looks great as a divide between the light walls and dark wood flooring.
Like a lightbulb, a yellow sofa instantly brightens up any space with optimistic energy and the SITS Kent is no exception. Choose this colour if you’re looking to add a summer flavour all year round.
A sofa in green looks simply gorgeous. It’s a naturally fresh colour that inspires balance and relaxation. It also helps that the love-to-lounge SITS Stella is incredibly comfortable also, with sumptuous interiors that match its easy, breezy outlook.
Go for green and make a lively statement.
Has anyone ever seen a bad shade of blue? We didn’t think so. That’s because every tone of blue looks divine, from elegant royal blue to bright pastels like this Tetrad Ruffle sofa and everything in between.
Choose blue and submit to the peaceful power of this popular colour.
A beautiful blend of blue and purple, Indigo is a rich colour tone that adds an intriguing twist to your home. This hue suits both a light and dark décor, but we suggest you add a hint of mystery with a darker setting as seen here with the Duresta Amelia. It certainly is a bold and grand look that remains timeless.
Certainly a luxurious colour, violet is playful yet sensitive, pretty yet powerful. The Alexander & James Violette is a prime example at the wonderful contradictions this colour tone can inspire, especially when mixed in with a patterned fabric.
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