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Fabric sofas: how to find your perfect match
Written By Sharon Marshall on June 24th, 2012
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Picture the scene…
You’ve found the perfect style from the wide range of fabric sofas available.Your partner likes it, your kids like it, you can even picture your dog lounging on it. It all sounds quite straightforward, so what could be the problem? Well, it seems that often the biggest challenge to overcome when buying fabric sofas is choosing the fabric that will prove to be a perfect match for you, for your loved ones, and for your home.
So where do you start with fabric sofas?
First, you need to opt for colours and pattern styles that will complement your existing decor. You may fall head over heels in love with a string of fabric sofas when they are expertly situated in the store.However, those lovely fabric sofas might well transform into eye sores when placed in your lounge.For example, if your room is pastel pink, you might want to think twice about developing feelings of attachment to fabric sofas that are bright orange.
Bringing life to a neutral room…
On the other hand, brightly coloured and/or patterned fabric sofas can bring neutral rooms to life, and can be matched with other accessories, such as vases and picture frames, to give your neutral room a co-ordinated, fresh look with no need to worry about the expense of redecoration.
Who will be using your new fabric sofa?
As well as seeking out suitable colours and patterns, fabric sofas need to be able to accommodate their users.Imagine your youngest running sticky fingers across the arms or your other little darling forgetting to take off muddy football boots in the rush to get the best seat for their favourite TV programme.If this sounds anything like your loved ones, then you will be limited to fabric sofas that you can easily clean yourself.
Everybody has different needs…
When looking at fabric sofasand how to find your perfect match, it is well worth discussing your specific needs with staff in the store so they can point you in the direction of seating with suitable options.You may be looking for fabric sofas that are less likely to noticeably fade in sunlight, something hard wearing for busy homes, or fabric sofas with colour/pattern options that are guaranteed to stand the test of time.
And your perfect match…?
Whichever you finally set your heart on, if you shop around you may well find a whole range of fabric sofas that could be your perfect match. Ã‚Â And, if this happens, you just have to go with the one that makes your heart miss a beat and takes your breath away…