What colour coffee table and tv stand would match the terracotta sofas??
I have these awful terracotta sofas which I have tried to somewhat cover. I am thinking of going for a vintage look with dark wood shades for both the coffee table and tv stand... what do you guys think??
- 2 weeks ago
That sounds cool!!! Go for it!
- bad girlLv 71 month ago
I have an arm less sofa bed couch which looked very boring. Found an all cotton striped sheet, king size, tucked it in and around the sofa, a few throw pillows and it looks very nice.
I would look for a glass coffee table with an attractive area rug under it to distract from the upholstered pieces.
- Common SenseLv 71 month ago
Honestly, you need to embrace the sofa color and get rid of the granny blankets. it just looks so unkempt. Remove the blankets and pillows, then begin anew with new pillows. One yard of home decor fabric can cover three 16" to 18" pillows for a fresh new look.
Colors that look great with terra cotta are creams and blues. I would go to a second hand store or thrift shop and buy furniture to paint. maybe keep the top wood tone and paint the rest a cream color or even a medium blue to a navy blue.
think about that.
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- something fishyLv 71 month ago
Id go black the tv would blend in
- T-halfLv 61 month ago
Think Southwestern design.
I've acquired terracotta picture frames that my husband loves (& I don't).
His sister keeps giving us southwestern décor.
I've added turquoise, yellow, and brown which makes the terracotta is not as noticeable. I think a medium brown would be better. Also, add pops of color to draw the eye away from the terracotta.
I buy picture frames at the thrift store. I use bright paper has a background for a photo, or none.
Watch for a sheet sale and buy xl twin. Use the fitted sheet on the back of the couch and the flat one on the cushions. Beige or yellow would look nice.
- myfavouritelucyLv 71 month ago
They look even worse with those old blankets on them! They would look 100 times better if you used colours to tone with them.Penty of onlie sites with advice.. this is just 1 https://www.bhg.com.au/how-to-decorate-with-terrac...
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i would just get whatever color you want
- Anonymous1 month ago
Sad I am not queer.
I would use Walnut or Mahogany.
- Anonymous1 month ago
I would suggest getting crafty with some dust sheets from a decorators and making some proper fitted covers (they aren't difficult) to cover the suite completely. The way you have it you'll always end up wearing the throws yourself when you sit down. That would give you a neutral scheme, so definitely go with dark wood for the furniture.