We need a good sit down after a long day at work and at the weekend when the family get together to watch Saturday night TV. For a room that probably has the most time spent in it, seating is a choice that well-defines both style and comfort.
One, Two, Three
No sharing please, the armchair is for one and for those moments where you’re not looking to sprawl across but to feel snug with armrests either side.
Your living room or open plan area may be a little lonely without another few seats. But in the interior design world, actually, it’s the biggest pieces of furniture that are planned first. So grab the measuring tape and see if any of our two seater or three seater sofas make the cut. Of course it depends on what drives you. To create the lounge that oozes on-trend wooden furniture and unique accessories indulge in our classic Chesterfield that our artisans have hand-pleated. Choose a rich colour that will add a stroke of opulence. If practicalities summon because you know that one family member will need to kip over for the night shop our Nusa Sofa Bed.
Cosy, Only For Us
We know you’re wondering. What’s the difference between a two-seater and a love seat. You can’t fit two in an occasional armchair and that pointless space in the middle when you both sit on a two-seater…what’s that about? Enter an ideal sized couch cosy enough for the snuggled-up, romantic couple. We would recommend our Alana Flared design that has a certain characteristic of casual elegance.
Nobody puts Sofa in the Corner
Although if it’s a corner sofa, you sort of…do! The aesthetic of the Nusa is timeless. This particular settee from the collection can seat up to four people, and be a part of the home for years. Elegant with a chaise on the side, it can make a real focal point so design around it well.
Upholstered with Leather or Fabric?
The exclusive Lombok range of upholstery fabrics include premium linen and hemp, hand weft in Belgian mills in lovely neutral colours; bone, charcoal, house oat, natural and walnut all carefully selected to suit a vast array of interior styles. To achieve the quintessential English look with our Indu sofa that fashions scroll armrests and is constructed from a solid hardwood frame, opt for our Belgian linen in bone or house oat. The premium brown aniline leather of the Hitam is incredibly soft. This texture along with the shape of the sofa makes you or a guest feel welcome and relaxed.
The Feet can Change Everything
Another note to keep in mind with our sofas and footstools is the solid beechwood that is on show. The contemporary tapered or bun feet in its natural colour or stained dark can make a real difference and impact to your living space. Choices, choices, choices. Choose them wisely!