Not every time you want to go ‘dark’, you choose black-colored items as company. There are plenty of options given to you, even those colors can still be fractioned to multiple shades of color paints you can opt to. But what of the best or most suggested shade we want you to try? That’s blue. But it is not just that kind of blue, but blue which has to be combined with leather on a piece of chesterfield sofa.
Do you mind taking a look of décor ideas we get in stock?
- Nude Traditional Living Room
If you have had a traditional-styled living room as a part of your dwelling, keep it that way. A blue leather chesterfield sofa could get along really well with that look of a traditional living room where wooden furniture also takes place. A round wooden coffee table is best paired with a single 3-seated blue leather chesterfield sofa.
Down covering the floor, a bohemian-themed carpet will be looking so good to match the existing furniture. Consider repainting the walls with nude shades if yours now is in other colors. As optional complement, add one or two armchairs of which color similar to the walls’.
- White Vintage Living Room
Don’t mind considering all-white-painted walls on your living room , because that would look really amazing, only if you pair it with a blue leather chesterfield sofa. The two of them are able to form such balance in colors, light and dark; which is really great to enjoy as you are welcoming guests.
Yet, be careful when choosing carpet, pictures, furniture or anything that you would use to complete the sofa. This dark-colored chesterfield sofa may not be perfectly matched with dark blue carpet. Besides giving monotonous look, you can actually go with so many other options, even wooden colors and patters.
- Blue and Brown-Shaded Living Room
Though these two colors; blue and brown, might not come up from the same shade, it is actually possible to create harmony with those two dark color palettes. Even you can invite a blue leather chesterfield sofa and brown leather chesterfield sofa, if you are rich enough to afford them.
But we know that is not the case. These blue and brown sofas do not really match with one another, unless we bring them in to your living room of which walls painted in the color from the same palette as one of the two sofas. Either brown or blue will be fine, but those pale brown shades are more recommended.
Don’t you know that a blue leather chesterfield sofa can be as sexy as the red one? Just give it a try.