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Couches that POP in the Most Traditional Spaces!

Are you ready to jazz up the house? Do you want to rearrange the furniture or buy some pieces that make even your more homey, cozy spaces spin with style? Sometimes, all you need is that right color, the right print or just one, right furniture piece to do the job. Today, we’re inspiring you with several, real-life example of couches that pop even while in the most traditional of spaces. From the living room to the home office, let’s take a look at home these sofas made a difference!

1. Modern Color Trios.

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Saddle Stools – Ergonomic Seats With A Chic Western Twist

The inspiration for a design or a style can come from anywhere. And once it’s all said and done, it all feels very natural and familiar. For example, taking inspiration from the saddle seat to create a stool feels like an obvious thing to do and for good reason. Saddle stools have long left behind their connection with the object that led to their creation and are now representing a style of their own.

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Modern Armchairs That Add Exuberance To Your Home

Choosing the right armchairs for your home can have a much bigger impact on the overall design than you think. It’s important to seek an all-in-one design, one which fulfills all the necessary requirements. A great armchair has to be comfortable, to have an interesting design, to be made of high-quality materials and to also add a dash of color to your décor.

Armada.

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Space-Savvy Seating Ideas To Reinvent Small Spaces With

Small spaces raise a lot of problems and one of the biggest challenges is finding the right type of seating for these rooms. But any problem has a solution, in this case actually more than one. These cleverly-designed chairs are the perfect answer in this particular case.

Hanger Chair.

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An Iconic Father’s Day Gift: The Eames Lounge Chair

Looking for an iconic gift for Father’s Day? You can’t go wrong with the classical Eames Lounge Chair. It’s a piece that revolutionized furniture design and it even became the subject of documentaries and books. The reason why this chair is so popular is because it’s simply perfect: comfortable, elegant, flexible and versatile. It’s something the man of the house would cherish and appreciate every day for years to come and I bet he won’t be the only one who’ll love to take a nap in this comfy and gorgeous chair.

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Leather Butterfly Chairs – Classical And Still Elegant

Classical and famous all over the world, butterfly chairs even has a spot in the Knoll Museum and has remained a symbol of elegance throughout the years. It was originally designed in 1938 and was introduced in the world in 1940. The popular design became a classical and lots of variations appeared. The one with leather upholstery is the elegant variant of the more casual original design.

The leather may not feel as cozy as fabric but that can be easily fixed

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More Than Just A Simple Sofa – Multifunctional Designs

Some pieces of furniture are not what they appear to be. Some hide secrets and hidden functions which turn out to be amazing and very useful. Dual-purpose sofas perfectly fit in this category. We’re talking about sofas that are more than simple and comfy seats, sofas that hide things like tables, ottomans and storage spaces inside their clever design or sofas that can be transformed into a while different object.

Storage and stairs.

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