Our top 5 sofa picks to make your living space feel brighter and larger
31 August 2017
Text by Jasmine Goh
Even if your living room feels small, there are space-enhancing tricks that you can use to make it feel larger and more spacious. One of these is to choose furniture with clean lines that will not add visual clutter to your space.
Since the sofa is often the biggest and bulkiest item in the living room, the look of the entire space will be very different depending on the sofa. Pick a sofa with simple lines and slim legs that allow an unrestricted flow of light and space. Here are our top 5 picks.
Zaza sofa from King Living
Built on King Living’s engineered steel frame, Zaza boasts of strength, nature-inspired design and modularity. Designed by Australian designer Charles Wilson, the sofa’s organic design, simple lines and exquisite edge stitching make it a distinctive piece for your living space.
Luna sofa from Castlery
Designed in collaboration with Krystian Kowalski, the Luna sofa from Castlery has its profile outlined by fine piping, giving it an extremely clean form. Soft cushions on the back and armrests provide additional comfort. Its blade-thin metal legs with a powder-coated finish give it a super stylish look.
Urban sofa from United Strangers
Designed to be a relaxed seating solution, the Urban sofa comes with a low back frame and loose cushions made from a soft leather fill. Pockets of various sizes run along the side of the sofa, so that you can keep your remote controls and magazines neatly out of sight yet still within easy reach. The Urban sofa is available at Journey East.
Adelaide sofa from Boconcept
The new Adelaide sofa from Boconcept is inspired by the well-loved Adelaide dining chair. As with the chair, the sofa also features a classic Nordic simplicity that is an ideal fit in many modern homes. Customise it accordingly with Boconcept’s wide range of fabrics and leathers.
Lune sofa from Fritz Hansen
Lune is the latest sofa concept from Fritz Hansen and Jaime Hayon. Upholstered with a cotton-linen fabric blend, the Lune sofa has cushions crafted using four layers of materials with a top layer of duck and goose feather, making the seats extremely soft and comfortable. The Lune sofa is available at W.Atelier.
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