There are a number of colour schemes you can play around with to ensure you make the most of your brown sofa and in this brand new post, we’ll run through a few of them with you. However, it can also be high-maintenance – it’s harder to clean and especially for homes with children, it may mean a new paint job every couple of months to get rid of grubby fingerprints and spills.
When combined with a brown sofa, make the most of the colour palette by introducing dark oak sideboards and hang your pictures and painting in oak or mahogany frames to give a colonial yet appealing effect. Perfect for demanding attention, the peacock blue colour is the ultimate style statement. Try painting one wall in peacock blue and use as a feature wall if you’re not daring enough to go for the whole sha-bang at once and add colourful accent pieces in a warmer shade such as deep orange or sunshine yellow cushions or rugs. As brown is a warmer neutral it works really well with autumn colours such as oranges, reds and yellows.
Balance autumn shades with white or off-white accessories such as cushions and throws. For those wanting more simplicity, keep the accessories minimal and add a garish burnt sienna coloured rug mixed in with other more neutral ornamentals and accents.