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Blue Sofa interior design ideas

Blue can be a nice vibrant or even dark soft and warm. Interior designers still firmly use blues like Indigo, Turquoise and Navy. Picking out a blue sofa is a fantastic way to cement a new living room scheme. it’s classic, adaptable and bang on trend all at once. Take a look at some of our best ideas for styling around a blue sofa.
Gorgeous Blue Sofa With Accents Of Gold
Blue Sofa With Accents Of Gold

A touch of Gold

A glint of warm metal is the perfect highlight for a rich, blue sofa, especially one upholstered in light-catching velvet. Try accents of gold, brass or copper, such as Art Deco-style side tables, a slick chandelier or even a few cushions covered in a pale gold fabric, as here.Don’t go overboard for fear of an OTT glitz-fest, and anchor with a neutral floor and walls for a sophisticated backdrop.

Blue can be a nice vibrant or even dark soft and warm. Interior designers still firmly use blues like Indigo, Turquoise and Navy. Picking out a blue sofa is a fantastic way to cement a new living room scheme. it’s classic, adaptable and bang on trend all at once. Take a look at some of our best ideas for styling around a blue sofa.
Blue Sofa With White Interior
Blue Sofa With White Interior

Stick With A Classic Look Blue And White Interior

You might generally associate a blue and white colour scheme with a coastal vibe, but the striking silhouette of this inky velvet sofa against a bright white backdrop is chic, crisp and classic.Layer up texture and pattern, like the sheer curtains and geometric wallpaper here, to prevent the look from appearing too sterile.

Blue Sofa and Orange Chair For A Match In Heaven
Blue Sofa and Orange Chair For A Match In Heaven

Orange And Blue Are A Match In Heaven

When you’re thinking of a colour scheme to go with a blue sofa, try teaming it with a bold, tangerine footstool. This brave colour choice might not be for everyone, but orange and blue are contrasting colours that work incredibly well together – they’re opposite to each other on the colour wheel.If you don’t want to splash out on a large piece of furniture, try a scattering of bold orange cushions for a warm, spirited lift.
Blue Sofa and Grey Interior
Blue Sofa and Grey Interior Work Perfectly

A Touch Of Grey 

Pale greys offer a serene complement to dark blue. In this room, the blue velvet sofa is echoed with a warm-grey cotton version in the same shape and style (but with a flash of blue piping to tie the scheme together).The look is completed with soothing pebble grey walls, a huge rug (again bordered in blue), and a mix of cushions to ensure the room isn’t too matchy-matchy.Discover 10 times the colour teal has made a room.

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