Now that the days are warming up, you might have turned your attention to your decor. After all, bulky sofa throws, woollen cushions and dark shades will do nothing for your mood now that the seasons have changed.
If you’re looking to inject a spot of ‘spring’ into your home, then, you can do so in any of the following ways:
- Opt for lightweight fabrics, like linen or even denim
- Choose lighter, brighter shades. From pastel colours like lilac and lemon to bold shades such as orange, teal and fuschia, we have something for everyone
- Go for a neutral shade for your sofa and liven things up by choosing brighter/contrasting cushions and accessories
To help you decide, we’re bringing you some of our favourite models from the Distinctive Chesterfields range. Take a look below:
Above: top row, from left to right: the Clapham sofa, the Shoreditch, our Bromley plain bed
Bottom row: The Fulham sofa, the Wandsworth
We’ll start with the Clapham sofa, seen top left. With a plain cushion seat and cushioned back, this piece – part of a collection of London-inspired pieces – has no studding as standard. Why not come and view this piece in our new Huddersfield showroom? You’ll find us at No 1 Queensgate Retail Park (on the town’s ring road) and you really can’t miss our sparkly new premises! Alternatively, view this piece in our flagship London-based store, which can be found at 4-5 The Parade, St John’s Hill.
Sticking with sofas, the London-inspired Shoreditch has slim arms and complementing leather-wrapped legs. With a single seat and back cushions with a sew line, this piece features side cushions, too.
If your spring interiors fling extends to the rest of your home (and not just your living room) how about our Bromley Plain bed? With a chic and elegant look, the piece is simple in design and offers up the possibility for you to opt for one of our quality patterned fabrics to really bring the furniture to life.
Our Fulham sofa, seen here in Premium Sudbury Yellow linen, this popular piece stands on two integral mahogany polished legs and two front mahogany brass casters. Cushioned with two feather cushions to the back rest, and two feather and foam cushions to the seat platform, the sofa is detailed with bronze renaissance studs.
Alternatively, how about our traditional-looking Wandsworth sofa? It’s pictured here in a beautiful, neutral shade – ideal for spring. Don’t like this colour? As with all our sofas, suites and sofa beds, you can also ensure this piece is made up in your choice of linen, fabric, velvet or leather in any shade you can think of.
How will you be updating your home now that spring’s in full swing? Do you have some ideas up your sleeve?
Until next time…