If the main seating is a large sofa, go for a pattern. When there are no other upholstered pieces in the room, such as chairs, you need a wow factor. Use a slipcover with a soft print that gives it just enough interest without overpowering the room.
A whimsical pattern that is large in scale becomes a piece of artwork upholstered on a sofa. This works well in a clean space that has a lot of windows.
What makes this large, open space feel soft and inviting? The patterned sofa placed in the center of the room. It is such a big area, but your eye is drawn directly to the center, bringing the scale down to a comfortable size.
The fabric on your sofa builds up the style of your room. A sofa covered in a fun cinnamon berry check creates a warm feel in this rustic-style space.
Upholster just the back or seat cushions for a mix of pattern with a neutral body. You can have a local upholsterer simply re-cover your cushions.
You can keep a clean space using neutrals, but be a bit braver with pattern. This sofa looks so perfect for this room.
This is a showstopper. The bold structure, along with the vibrant stripes, makes this sofa young and hip. And the deep wood finish helps the piece keep its traditional lines, allowing it to work in just about any room.