Exquisite Victorian Style Leather Sofas

I love the comfort and usefulness of all the moerdn gadgets I can use to communicate easier with my friends and family, but my heart is still captive in the wrong century. I wish I had been born in the Victorian times because I admire this historical period most of all. Any way, since I was born in the twentieth century and I am now living in the twenty-first, I only take a few features from back then and try to make room for them in my home.

For example I think we could all use a nice exquisite leather sofa, made in a traditional Victorian style. I find leather sofas very elegant, but the modern ones seem unfinished somehow. And I realized that they are perfect when combined with a wooden frame. So, in my opinion, the best looking sofas are the ones with wooden carved legs, that also have some wooden edges, just like they used to make in the Victorian times.

But this is not all – they must have a light color and a dark wooden frame for the visual impact to be maximum. Any way, if you want to have a stylish living room you will certainly love these Victorian style leather sofas that come in ivory and cream shades. The wood used for the delicate carvings is oak, walnut, cherry, mahogany and also other similar textures. Watch the pictures and you will fall in love with them.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on February 15th, 2011

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