Flopster sofa in Dusty Rose clever velvetContemporary Living Room, London

This is what life in the slow lane looks and feels like. Loosey goosey, baby. This beauty is built by Glen & Aidan's skilled team in Long Eaton, England. It has a
solid beech frame with 5 year guarantee. The seat cushions are feather-wrapped foam and require only minimal plumping. The back cushions are feather filled: trust us, you don't want any other kind and it comes with weathered oak legs.

Contemporary living room in London. —  Houzz
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Kate Burt added this to Dream Houzz: Houzz Staff Editor Kate Burt Designs Her Fantasy Home1 September 2016

The living roomPinks, blues, greens and mustard yellows make up the dreamy colour palette that works beautifully against the monochrome backdrop in my fantasy house. Blue will dominate, but dots of the other hues will appear here and there, as in this squishy sofa covered in dusky pink velvet, which combines style and comfort beautifully.Is blush pink the new neutral?

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Francisco Javier Hidalgo added this to Ideas de fjavier_hidalgo27 April 2018

5. Le dará un punto elegante a tu hogarEl terciopelo es, junto con la piel, los dos materiales nobles que más estatus otorgan a un hogar. Si buscas transmitir elegancia, el terciopelo de alta calidad habla por sí solo. Además, un sofá de este tejido le dará a la estancia, como decía Macarena, calidez y confort.

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