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After sharing living room inspiration and some of the best modern sofas to design your home interior for the upcoming Spring, we are now giving you some tips on how to style your modern sofa seasonally. If you’re a interior enthusiast, you know that what works in a room in the wintery months won’t necessarily have the same effect in Spring, so we have come up with a few simple tips on how to change the look of your sofa and surrounding living space.
If you’re in the market for a new sofa and want one that suits the seasons, a loose cover sofa might be a good option since it’s versatile and practical when it comes to washing. If you’re not looking to buy a new sofa, focus on the accessories, like pillows, throws or even rugs. They can easily be replaced and change the whole look of your modern interior design.
How To Style Your Sofa For Spring
Floral patterns and uplifting accents of yellow, green and mauve are a great combination. Go all out bright if you want to be bold, or opt for pastels for a softer, prettier feel. Choose a thrown in a medium weight fabric just to give the right amount of extra warmth on those chilly days.
See also: Top 10 Modern Sofas For Spring
How To Style Your Sofa For Summer
Go for a beach look and use nautical prints and summery colors. Use breathable fabrics that are lightweight and made of natural fibres such as cotton and linen. You can also add plants to add some life and green to your sitting room.
See also: Top 15 Colored Velvet Sofas
How To Style Your Sofa For Fall
A velvet sofa is a great option for this time of the year. You will want to make your sofa inviting and cozy, with pillows and a thrown for those chilly nights. Autumn calls for rich reds, golden hues and chocolate browns.
How To Style Your Sofa For Winter
Go for cozy fabrics in red tones and soft velvets. Instead of opting for a Christmas theme, pick just a couple of accessories so that you can keep you décor until Spring.
See also: Living Room Inspiration: Tufted Sofas