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Stylish Genuine Leather Sofas
August 19, 2013 at 10:10 am 0
Are you looking for a Real Leather Sofa that you can relax on after a hard day at work? We offer a fantastic range of genuine leather corner sofas that will not disappoint! Davini Leather Corner Sofa
Davini Leather Corner Sofa

Davini Leather Corner Sofa £1999.00

This gorgeous corner Sofa is ideal for contemporary homes. The Davini Leather Corner Sofa is upholstered in high quality, dense foam and then covered in luxurious genuine leather. The head rests are adjustable, creating perfect comfort. The seats are quilted but the arms and back rest do not have quilted detail. The deeply padded sofa is supported by stylish, square looped legs that are finished in polished chrome. This sofa is very easy to put together - connected together by a hook and slide system. It is available in classic Black, warm Champagne Cream and Whisper Beige Real Leather meaning there is a colour to suit everyone. Anglo Leather Corner Sofa
Anglo Leather Corner Sofa

Anglo Leather Corner Sofa £2299.00

The Anglo Corner Sofa has both style and comfort. It is available in a range of trendy Leather colours including Champagne Cream, Slate Grey and Soft White. The headrests and armrests are adjustable to give total comfort and relaxation. The Anglo has a sturdy wooden frame, covered in dense, high quality foam to ensure this corner sofa is very comfortable. The legs are finished in polished chrome and have a stylish looped shape. The sections of the sofa are connected securely via a hook and slider system to keep it stable and the legs can be attached using the screws supplied. This modern corner sofa will become a key feature in your home, because it stands out from the crowd. Como Leather Corner Sofa
Como Leather Corner Sofa £2299.00

Como Leather Corner Sofa £2299.00

The Como Leather Corner Sofa is perfect for putting your feet up and relaxing on after a hard day. With adjustable headrests and high quality padding it is a gorgeous, comfortable sofa. The seats are beautifully quilted with plain backrests and armrests. It is available in Classic Black with cool contrasting stitching, Dormouse Grey and Whisper Grey real leather, suitable to all tastes. The Como Corner Sofa is available in either a left hand facing version or right hand facing version. The deeply padded sofa is supported by sleek, squared loop legs that are finished in stylish chrome. This sofa can be securely connected together using the hook and slider system. Relax Leather Corner Sofa
Relax Leather Corner Sofa £2799.00

Relax Leather Corner Sofa £2799.00

The Relax Leather Corner Sofa looks great in a modern, trendy living room. It is available in Soft White, Caramel Beige and Slate Grey real leather.  It is available as a left hand facing version or alternatively a right hand facing version to suit your room layout. Upholstered in high quality foam, with quilted seats and plain backrests, head rests and arm rests. The back rests can be lifted and adjusted to create extra comfort. This soft leather corner sofa has modern chrome legs that are squared. The legs will need to be attached after delivery using the screws supplied and the sofa sections can be connected together via a hook and slider system.            
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Ideas and Inspiration, Styling Tips
Space-saving contemporary furniture for modern living
April 2, 2010 at 8:36 am 0
Increasingly in the UK, especially in busy urban areas, we're living in flats and modern houses that just aren't designed for the three-piece suite and enormous hunks of wooden furniture. The way we live now demands furniture that doesn't take up too much space and is multi-functional whenever possible. We've got seven secrets which are well worth considering if you're short on space but want to be tall on style.
Ravenna Dining chair

Keep your backdrop neutral with use of white or cream or block colours on walls and furniture

1. Keep it plain and neutral. It's tempting to use fancy wallpaper and bright colours when decorating, but once you introduce your furniture and the inevitable clutter of every day life, your small rooms will start to look tiny. The best option is to use white or ivory paint and furniture in block colours to create a blank canvas, then hang interesting art and introduce pattern on soft furnishings. 2. Use a rug. Although you may not have much floor space, a neutral, light rug can actually help to open up a room and create the optical illusion of space, especially if you choose one that fits easily within the centre of the room. You can use it to 'anchor' your furniture, which is helpful if you're pushing it all to the walls to create space.
Delta modular seating, armless sofa

Armless sofas, like the Delta modular seating collection, can save space

3. Go armless. It may not seem like something that would make a huge difference, but it our experience choosing armless furniture can help to create an airy, uncluttered look, and give the illusion of more space. At Danetti, we've got chairs and sofas without arms, so you'll be spoilt for choice. 4. Create distinct areas. If you have a studio flat or a room that you have to use as a living and dining space, it can help if you mark off the different areas with use of furniture as a 'barrier'. For example, by letting your sofa 'float' in the middle of the room, with its back to the dining or bedroom space is a good way to fence off the living room.
Santino 2-door sideboard

Sideboards and console tables, like this Santino 2-door sideboard, can be used behind sofas to make use of all your available space

5. Use furniture cleverly. 'Floating' sofas may be good for defining your space, but they leave a wide expanse of boring sofa-back exposed, which is wasted space. Use this by positioning a console table or wide cabinet behind the sofa. It'll be good for lamps and other home accessories, provide useful storage and can be used as a buffet table if you have guests. 6. Use your walls. If floor space is sparse, look upwards for inspiration with wall-mounted cupboards and bookshelves. Just make sure they are always neat and tidy of you'll be creating an eye-sore. 7. Keep clutter at bay. Sometimes there's just not room for everything, so you're going to have to be ruthless and throw away the things you really don't need. For everything else, make sure you have a place for it to go. Dig out all the piles of paperwork and newspapers you've been keeping around the place and have a thorough sort out, then file away what you're keeping in a cabinet.
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