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How to 'pull together' two different sofas!

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Zoe6789 Wed 25-Sep-13 22:23:32

I've one cream sofa and one sort of taupe coloured sofa. Can anybody recommend a ready clustered group of cushions in gold, orange, cream ?? I know some people put together a set of different cushions and it looks great. Believe me if I did that it would look like as well as having two sofas that don't match, I'd finished off that look with a crate of cushions from a bargain bin at Dealz.

OnePlanOnHouzz Thu 26-Sep-13 07:07:43

Hi - for some reason I can get it to load a photo up !! So I'm going to pull some photos together on Houzz into an Ideabook for you too look through ... You will be able to see it if you look on my pro page in the 'ideabook section' I will call it Zoe's sofas !!
Give me 10 mins of so to get it sorted !! Then look via this link ! ( hope it works !!)

OnePlanOnHouzz Thu 26-Sep-13 07:31:04

I put some photos together for you - and added some images at the end of some gold and taupe that might work really well on both sofas to bring in some cohesion ... Most of the cushions that are square and then look like they have been 'karate chopped' stay like that as they are feather ! Most cushion suppliers in UK do foam fillings not feather - so you don't get this look ! But Laura Ashley do a good selection and although expensive - they are on sale ATM - so could be worth even just buying the paisley cushion - then add it with Adsa taupe cushion and gold ?!
I would try and keep the cushions the same on both sofas as you stand in front of them ... So if you have dark square, light square and then an oblong on left - echo it on each sofa !
... Works well if you go down in size and or density of colour too - from outsize in... Zoom in to a furniture shop and have a play with their cushions !!! I dare you !!!! Have fun !!:-)

OnePlanOnHouzz Thu 26-Sep-13 07:36:02

Zoe6789 Thu 26-Sep-13 19:16:56

Thank you so much OnePlanOnHouzz! I have added all those photos and your notes to my favourites.


OnePlanOnHouzz Fri 27-Sep-13 10:54:10


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