While the neutral palate keeps this couch from becoming too busy, the varied patterns and shapes give a casual and inviting look. The pillows could be cuddled up into and put back in any order while still looking great.
The kind of leather on this corner couch is structured but soft. It creates perimeters around the room, and a cozy area facing the rest of the space.
This couch is placed so well in this room. Under natural light, pleasantly in the corner by the fireplace, before a warm rug. The pillows drawing in colors from the rest of the room are the perfect touch.
The layers of white with the varied shades of wood give this fantastic space a classy French salon feel--finished and inviting.
Fantastic punch of color for the room. I love how the color is punched up even more with the fuschia pillows that tie into the couch's detailing. Rich velvet texture.
A throw can add a touch of warmth to the most minimalist of living rooms. Here the blue of the couch (and that thick soft rug) provide warm undertones to begin with.
The mixed plaids on this structured couch give such a pleasant farmhouse warmth, cozied up beside this arched hearth.
The other view.
Such warming colors, such an unusual and inviting couch. I love how it's tucked away into this slim space; I could envision reading on it for hours.
Warming and inviting doesn't have to mean piles of pillows. This streamlined couch could simply take a wool or cashmere throw for a sleek and chic winter touch.
But piles of pillows are fun...
Very English-countryside. Wonderful fabric tone that adds more layers to the wall texture and rug texture. Cushy without being too overdone.
Bold and brilliant choice of color. Minimalist but not sparse.