Buy designer sofas online and you will experience a number of benefits. A lot of people are apprehensive about making such large purchases over the internet, but there are many advantages to doing so. The first reason to purchase from an online sofa designer is the fact that you will have a much greater selection available to you than if you head to the high street. There will be no limits in terms of colour, design and material. You’ll be able to find the perfect sofa for your home. However, if you were to buy from a local furniture store, your choices would be far more limited.
This in most cases would lead to a compromise, meaning you would spend money on something you weren’t completely in love with. Besides, you will get much more value for your money if you buy designer sofas online. This is because there is greater competition, and so companies know they need to stand out from the crowd. They will often do this with special deals. Of course, one potential disadvantage is that you cannot sit on the sofa if you view it online. On the flip side, you are able to view numerous photographs, which enable you to see the sofa within the home context, giving you a truer understanding of what it is going to look like.
Investing in the highest quality and luxury of the right designer sofa is a big commitment. Soft leather or upholstered? Two-seater or three-seater? Statement piece or timeless elegance? Whether your style is one of simple sophistication or you are looking to curate a more daring, modern, contemporary look, our team are on hand to guide you through the steps to choosing the right designer sofa for your space. We have brought together a useful, step-by-step guide to choosing your next luxury sofa. From identifying a style and selecting a fabric to accurately measuring your space, what are the key things to consider before buying a sofa?
Many hours are spent perusing home living magazines, blogs and interiors websites, with thousands of saves to Pinterest on Instagram each year. It’s clear that we like what we see online, but when it comes to distilling that into the design and curation of furniture for our own homes, is our inspiration being lost in translation? What excited you about that picture? Was it the layout or the colour palette? And how do you recreate that high-quality designer look and feel at home but to your own budget? Designing your luxury interior space can be an exciting and rewarding process if you follow these key design cues:
Adopt a contemporary sofa style: Follow neutral colour palettes, with clean and defined edges. A contemporary style embraces a simple aesthetic - smooth lines and subtle tones will bring a modern, high end feel to your sofa
Excuse Luxury: Visions of warmth, comfort and familiar surroundings embody a rich and luxurious style. Structure and symmetry play a key role in creating this designer look. Focus on sofas with textured fabrics, structured frames or elegant design features such as buttons. Designer accessories such as seat cushions, add the finishing touch to that feeling of luxury.
Embrace the Eclectic: Place your own design mark on your living room. Bold colours, quirky design features and mis-matching furniture are all permissible design concepts to consider when creating an eclectic look. Consider a statement piece for your sofa to retain a stylish and refined look.
Think about how your room will be used. How you are planning to use the room indicates the type of fabrics you should consider when choosing your sofa. The living room is the heart of the home, whether you choose to lounge with family every day or only use it to celebrate with friends on special occasions. The right fabric will have an impact on your decision-making process. Fabric sofas come in all combinations and textures. Textured wool blends and velvets may elevate an otherwise ordinary room into luxury. However, they may require professional cleaning if the room is a busy one frequented by pets and small handprints. Selecting the wrong colour for the fabric you like can be a big mistake. It is always sensible to request a fabric sample so that you can look at it against wall colour, sunlight in the room, curtains and other soft furnishings. Also think about the floor coverings - is the colour too similar to the carpet? Does the smooth hardwood floor require a contrast in texture? Pick out a few similar colour combinations and a selection of textures. Contact our Customer Service team through our online chat or call back function to request a wide range of free fabric samples.
Don't leave your house guests trapped between the coffee table and the couch. Follow our detailed Measuring Advice & Design Considerations page for more information on width, depth, height and length dimensions, including how to measure up before you buy. Marking out the item of furniture with masking tape can let you see whether your measurements are a good fit or not. What if I have a small living room? No problem, check out our collection of high-end sofas, created for the most compact of living spaces. To create the appearance of space, consider investing in a low backed modern sofa or one with tall legs and clearance room underneath the base to bring a light and airy feeling to your living room. Placing hardwood frames or structured modular sofas opposite key room features such as a fireplace or large frame windows can help to balance your space. Finally, consider access to your property. Will your sofa fit through doorways, windows or other access points? Be sure to measure up before sofa shopping.
In any case, there are now stringent returns policies in place, meaning you can send the sofa back if you are unhappy with it. We are sure this won’t be the case if you shop with Tulip Interiors Ltd. We are luxury furniture specialists, and we sell an extensive selection of furniture for both inside and outside the home. You can buy designer sofas online via our website: https://www.tulipinterior.co.uk/living-room/sofas.html. If you have any questions, you can give us a call on +44 (0) 203 904 6888 or send an email to [email protected]