I love this little dove-gray sofa. Most sofas you see are the old pictures with new upholstery, and the result is the perfect mix of crisp and decorative.
John Kraemer & sons
Bay of windows with a long, narrow space in front of you is the perfect place for this elegant white and gold sofa. It offers a nice soft break in a long corridor.
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interior
A couch that opens into a formal entryway is an instant welcome for guests.
Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin ‘s Nest
In a more casual entrance you can be the place to remove jackets and boots and set packages.
Heather Garrett design
A reading nook in a large or bulky living room does not have you counting chairs. This little sofa gets the job done, and adds a mini-living room into an elusive room.
Mark English Architects, AIA
A beautiful, shapely sofa is a great way to fill a wall, if the last thing you need is a console table. It is also less suitable for collecting garbage.
This little sofa works like a built-in bench, but is more versatile. The plaid adds a country charm to the white space.
In a small living room or family room, a sofa can be a stylish alternative to a couch. This bench is available here.
A couch can also be the place of a chair or a modular L-shaped sofa. This ornate beauty looks perfect in a country eclectic room.
Mark Dodge design
The modern, poor version is much more masculine than its curved and carved counterpart.
Nichole Loiacono design
The superfeminine, ultraplush version of the couch. I can see Lana Turner once lounging here.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
A comfortable bench makes a good office chair and gives the room a much more homely and personal feeling.
Lizette Marie Interior Design
A purple velvet chaise longue is not exactly business as usual “.