From Margaret Everton on April 23, 2010 in Home Decor
If youre anything like me, your living room is designed to accommodate an obscene amount of lounging time. And this, of course, is only made possible by a sofa worth napping on. But if your seating situation needs some work, then take a peek at our picks from the Sofa Workshop. Your living room deserves the extra attention. The Charlie Tight Covered Sofa looks oh-so-inviting while still offering a serious dose of style as well. Its made with a polyester and soft viscose blend, but beware of wine spills or sticky fingers; this fabric is dry-clean only. Perfect for a reading nook or movie room, the Elsie Chair could make any design pop while still lending some seating room. Call me biased, but the Skylark chair is officially my favorite. The design seems to be vintage, but the fabric is definitely current. Ill take one now, please. Is it just me or does the Steady Eddie sofa look like the prime spot for an afternoon snooze? If only it were a little bit bigger… More modern and less cushioned, the Petite Marguerite is perhaps meant for design buffs more so than comfort seekers. And if green isnt your color, there are 2,200 fabric and leathers to choose from. Talk about choices. Perhaps the Steinbeck chair is a nod to the famous author? Even if its not, the design is certainly a nod to modern style. And if thats your cup of tea, the color can be tweaked to your liking.