10 Fantastic Colors for Your Next Sofa
While the choice of color is a matter of personal taste, some can help integrate most living rooms. Sofas can either match the décor of a room or stand out from it.
Changing the upholstery of an old sofa can transform the look of living spaces. However, choosing the right colors is essential. After all, with the right color, you can have styles so gorgeous you won’t believe it with your own eyes.
Some people prefer their living rooms to be vibrant and lively, full of bright colors, while others prefer calming and relaxing décor. The following colors usually work well in most living rooms:
Neutral shades can work well in every room. Cream, beige, white, sand, coffee are popular choices and can provide plenty of choice for accessories of many different hues. They can also add a minimalist theme to homes with high ceilings and lots of open space. Incorporating different textures in the décor adds texture to neutral colored sofas and add character and personality to a living space.
Green furniture can add a warm and floral look to a living room, while also creating a calming effect. It can work well with other colors or stand alone as an accent or statement piece.
Brown is generally the most popular color for sofas, especially leather ones. Shades of brown can extend from tan to dark chocolates and several shades in between. Leather tanners can create many different finishes for leather sofas, accentuating natural textures or adding grain for a more modern touch.
Pinks or Purples
Pink or purple sofas are an unusual choice, but with the right shade can truly make a statement. Pinks and purples work best when they are surrounded by neutral décor. Remember to limit the number of bold colors in a living room – one bold color usually works best to make a statement and stand out successfully.
Gold, saffron, deep yellow or mustard can add glamor and elegance to a room. Like pinks and purples, gold works best when it’s surrounded by neutral shades. To truly achieve a stunning effect, keep the surrounding décor in dark shades of neutral colors, such as black, deep brown or blue.
Blues can appear neutral, calming or bold depending on the shade. As long as the shade isn’t too cold, blue can complement a lot of colors and goes well with most neutral tones.
Red has been a popular, traditional choice for both fabric and leather sofas. Deep red leather or red velvet can take us back to traditional living spaces with heavy, ornate pieces of furniture. Paired with wood, glass or chrome furnishings, red can also add a splash of vibrant color to modern furnishings.
Black and Greys
Black works well in leather and fabric sofas. It provides an ideal backdrop for most other colors, including neutral greys and whites. Grey is a neutral complement to any backdrop and works well with most bold colors as well.
These are the many options to choose from when picking a color for your sofa. Remember to pick something that suits your space and your persona.