I know, I know – I’m still facing this dilemma. Every time I think I settle on a sectional (it’s comfortable, practical, can look stylish and I don’t risk botching it with my sketchy diy construction skills) I find another image with a brilliant idea I think I could recreate. Seriously, how hard does this look? And I love the long line it creates and how it feels a part of the architecture. I also like the flexibility of the poufs in the front. Would it be comfy enough long term? Help me readers – what do you think? It’s totally the look I am going for – but is it practical long term?
This image is from hus & hem, my go to for scandi-style.
Or – should I go traditional sectional? They can look great as seen below. Only I would want something slipcovered so as to not totally freak out when Dr. Vorelli breaks out his claws. And an affordable and nice slipcovered sectional is hard to come by.
image from Coko+Kelly. I’ll take the painting and the tri-toned curtains too.
And for those of you looking for some other options – here are some images that have also been inspiring me. If you want more – feel free to look here.
And the way this sectional has been deconstructed and separated appeals to my desire for air and spaciousness. From Desire to Inspire.
And of course there is always the option of throwing down some rugs and big pillows and chilling it bohemian style. From the portfolio of Mikkel Vang.
Also – found these great bamboo sofas on The Selby is in your place contest. By Leo Kailas from Poulsbo, WA