Looking for a Yellow Sofa?

11th June 2016

Summer’s here and if you’re anything like us you’re probably considering a brand new colour scheme in your home. There’s just something about the lighter, brighter days that gives us a nudge towards a fresh lick of paint and some new, bold accessories.

If you’re not quite sure how you’d like to shake up your interiors though, how about one of the simplest changes you can make? A new sofa!

You don’t even have to buy a new one – although just look at some of ours, below (they’re stunners, aren’t they?!) – as you could reupholster an old piece or give it a new lease of life with a striking throw or set of cushions.

If, however, you do fancy splashing out on a new sofa, we have some gorgeous bright yellow ones we think you’ll love. Take a look at this beautiful fabric sofa, seen here in Sudbury yellow linen.

Helping you add a much-needed touch of cheery colour to your living room, this piece (seen below) is crafted here in our Honley (West Yorkshire) workshop by our talented craftsmen. Available with foam cushions for a truly comfortable seating experience, this sofa will stand the test of time and prove a great addition to your home.


Moving on then…

This sofa, while a little more on the green side than yellow, certainly gets our vote when it comes to style. It’s our Clapham model and it features a plain cushion seat and a cushioned back. Part of our newly-added collection of London-inspired pieces, this piece has no studding as standard and can be viewed in our newly-opened flagship Distinctive Chesterfields London-based store.


Or what about the gorgeous Burghley sofa, as seen in the window of our London showroom some months ago now. Upholstered in bright yellow leather, the Burghley has a small footprint yet doesn’t lack presence. Coming with a host of design features, it has a solid beech frame and a  box-studded front border. Like what you see?


Get in touch with the Distinctive Chesterfields team over on the site, or head to our Facebook or Twitter pages to join the conversation.

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