There is a fine line between bland and charming when it comes to decorating with white décor and/or white sofa. However, there are easy ways you can add a white sofa piece in your living room without having that almost “boring” aesthetics. The following ideas will show you how to add a white sofa for a stylish living room that screams contemporary and chic.
Double white & Beige couches
Just because you have two white sofas does not mean the rest of your decor has to be simple. You can have a dramatic space with darker hues but still, allow your double white sofas to make the statement they were intended to make. Use darker walls and match your pillows along with it. COCHEEN Sofa
Go big or go home is the perfect way to embrace the white sofa trend. Additionally, adding two or more white couches in the space and pair with bold throw pillows for that hint of color that makes it contemporary. Use other neutral colors to allow the stark white couches to be bold in the area.
Textured White Couches
A textured sofa is perfect for adding a bold appeal but still being contemporary and easy on the eye. The idea is to keep the decor simple but allowing the texture of the sofa to make the statement. Consider having a colorful center table or ottoman for a soft contrast. COCHEEN Sofa
A simple couch may do the work, but a textured white couch will elevate the appeal of the living room. Furthermore, the texture of the couch will bring a contemporary look while still being simple. The key is working with other simple décor pieces that allow the white couch to make the big statement it was intended to make.
Off-white is perfect when you don’t want to have that heavy white appeal yet still want the classic feel of having a white aesthetics. Keep the decor neutral to have a chic flow throughout the living space. Add hints of pattern throughout to have a bit of texture. COCHEEN Sofa
If you are not keen on having an all-white sofa an off-white color could be the perfect hue that is right between having a stark white and a beige shade. Nevertheless, the off-white will add to the neutral palette without disrupting your current décor.