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One Sofa, Styled Three Ways

05/01/2020

The Carmine Sofa, styled three ways

You've made the decision to purchase a high-quality sofa as an investment piece, so what happens if your style changes or you’re craving a room décor refresh? There are a million reasons why we change up our home design—moving in with an S.O., updating a room to reflect our more mature taste, having children, moving into a new home—and there is no reason that a sofa can’t carry you through those changes. 

Below, we put The Carmine Sofa to the test to show just how versatile one sofa can be. A timeless, neutral sofa is a blank canvas that can work with a variety of spaces and styles. Quality matters here; invest in pieces that are built to last and made to your specifications. Next, define what you want the overall vibe or style of the room to be, and add in personal pieces that reflect that. Lastly, enjoy! Remember that rooms are meant to be lived in and loved.

Design Style: Sophisticated Neutrals

Decorating with neutrals never has to mean boring. Subtle pops of gold in the side table and sconces bring in a bit of uptown glamor without overwhelming the space. Keeping the art pared back and adding a textured, patterned rug grounds the room while adding interesting focal points.

One sofa, styled three ways. Featuring The Carmine Sofa from Maiden Home.

Pictured above: The Carmine Sofa in Oyster Performance Linen and Driftwood finish.

Design Style: Modern Minimalist

This graphic, black-and-white look is both striking and soothing all at once. Balance the lighter sofa with black accent pieces, like a floor lamp and side table. Layer in pieces that speak to you personally, such as art, throw pillows, and a beautiful water jug. Ensuring no detail is overlooked, match the room’s black accents with your sofa legs’ wood finish to tie the look together.

The Carmine Sofa styled in modern minimalist style

Pictured above: The Carmine Sofa in Oyster Performance Linen and Charcoal finish.

Design Style: Coastal Vibes

In order to keep this style fresh and mature, the idea here is to evoke coastal surroundings without being too on-the-nose in design details. Add natural elements like wood accent pieces and fresh, flowering branches to bring the outside in, and use complementary shades of blue to keep the room from looking flat.

One sofa, styled three ways. Featuring The Carmine Sofa from Maiden Home.

Pictured above: The Carmine Sofa in Oyster Performance Linen and Driftwood finish.

Craving more styling tips? Read our post on three easy steps to achieving the perfect white living room.

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