This is the first design I’ve created featuring a green sofa and it won’t be my last! I don’t remember what picture I saw that made me fall in love with green sofas but I’m glad I saw it, I’m never going back.
My newfound love for green sofas inspired this design.
Since this green sectional was the center of the design, I wanted it to look that way by keeping this the only green object in the design, besides the greenery. The brown furniture in this design go perfectly with the green sectional and the neutral rug and decorative objects keep this design from being too dark by adding some light.
The Furniture and Decor
The Cambria Sectional in Green Velvet is the star of this design. I love that the design is modern, but the velvet fabric makes this piece looks classic and elegant. This sectional comes with a wedge or corner, I love that it gives you an option!
My choice of coffee table for this design was simple, I’m obsessed with the Scatola Coffee Table and I got lucky that it paired perfectly with the sectional. The table’s resin chips, which feature a brown faux horn finish, make this table unique and breathtaking. I love pairing brown and green together! This table was the perfect touch because its lighter colors allowed me to add neutral decorative objects to this design and tie them together.
Because the coffee table has a dark brown color, I wanted to match that so I added a dark chocolate-stained credenza to the mix. The Prism Wood Credenza’s texture was the perfect touch to this design because it added more character. With the coffee table’s clean lines, this design needed a little something more and the fluted design of this credenza was the perfect touch.
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The Presley Neutral Heathered Rug is contemporary and casual which is exactly what this space needed. The sofa, coffee table, and credenza make this design look high-end and it needed something to bring it down a little bit a add some comfort. This rug also ties in the neutral decorative accents and the pedestal since there are both ivory and hints of grey in this rug.
As previously mentioned, I added some neutral decor to lighten up the design a little. This design was looking a little moody and dark with the dark brown and green furniture.
Below you’ll find everything that I used in this design.
Until next time!
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