Sometimes you don't clean what you don't see. Food crumbs build up between chair and sofa cushions and attract rodents and pests. If you can't stop family members from munching on the sofa, check and remove cushions often and use a damp cloth or hand-held vacuum to remove the crumbs.
This modular sofa breathes life and fun into this unique library space. Though it’s made of four pieces that can easily be separated and spread around a room, it’s hard to deny the impact they have when working together. Combined with the room’s other elements like the conceptual lamp, stained glass door and the funky art piece overhead, the sofa is a perfect finishing touch.
A great looking, comfortable sectional can seat several people without taking up the space that chairs and sofas would. Kids can pile on by the half-dozen and adults can really stretch out and relax. Opt for a sleeper version if you tend to have more guests than guest rooms.
The parlor's two low-slung leather navy sofas with kiln dried solid wood frames have vertical channeling that goes up and down the sofas and adds an extra touch of visual interest to this inviting space that seats about ten people.
Made from washable linen with a solid wood frame, a gray pet sofa gives Fido a comfortable spot to get cozy and take a nap. Above the sofa hangs a brown bone-shaped woven wicker pet toy basket that decorates the wall and provides a way to corral small toys and keep them off the floor.
A graduate of Philadelphia’s Moore College of Art, Naomi has an enduring love of paintings and photography. Both can be found on the walls of her home. In the living room, above the sofa, a concise selection of black and white photography and ink drawings creates a bold visual impact.