When we think about summer the color blue in all its hues comes instantly to our mind. The color of the sky and the sea, blue sofas go well in the living room of various styles. It’s a rich, saturated or soft color that enhances mood and creativity.
True blue, whether of the sky navy, tiffany, cobalt, turquoise, is one of the most versatile decorating hues. And the options are so many that it is difficult to choose only one.
Consider being the world’s favorite color, choosing the perfect blue sofa for your living room can look like a bold move. But this rich color creates cozy yet luxurious spaces.
Whether it is applied as a soft velvet sofa or a modern design, you can’t go wrong with this classic color.
Do not hesitate to pick blue sofa for your home décor. That’s why we have selected amazing ideas that teach you how to use blue in your home decor.
The light blue invades living room designed by Guilherme Torres, highlighting the modern sofa and contemporary design pieces.
A little audacious is always good! In this room, the dark blue predominates with the rich pattern used on the sofa and the same marine tone appears on the rug from Moooi.
A mix of textures and pieces from different eras create a refined decor by Mark Cunningham. The sofa feature a navy blue and the chairs a light hue, an effect that fits well with the wooden walls.
The blue palette illuminates the decor of this classic inspiration from Jeanette Whitson design. The light blue, U-shaped sofa occupies the entire space. The same color is used on the wall and is present on the pattern on the ceiling.
Fun and with the 1970s vibe, the decor of this living room chooses the baby blue as the main color. Anthony Baratta chooses other nuances of color to emerge on the rug and on the cushions, while the unique colored picture brings a pop touch.
A soft blue shades palette dominates the decoration of the living room designed by Catherine Kwong. The rich texture sofa is definitely the perfect asset to complete this interior design.
The creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace contributed to the inspiration of the creation of this exuberant Blue sofa. Boca do Lobo opens the way to freedom and the need of bringing extravagant creations to life.
Want to go with a monochromatic living room. Look for slightly different shades and add some white or light wood items. Choosing few accessories and straight lines also contribute to a minimalist combination.