15 Colorful Reasons to Break From the Neutral Sofa
With the power to make any space more exciting, while effortlessly anchoring a room, brightly-hued sofas shouldn’t be reserved for only the most fearless decorators among you. Despite their big-impact appeal, a colorful couch can be just as chic and timeless as your typical neutral version. Need proof? We’ve collected 15 stunning examples of beautifully bright sofas. Keep scrolling to see them all.
Proof a colorful sofa doesn’t have to read as wild, this romantic, French-style sitting room is a ladylike dream.
We love this room’s tight color story, and how the sofa drives home the commitment to the green, black, and white palette.
Feeling a little uncertain about your choice? Opt for a pastel, like this soft pink, or a pale yellow or blue. It will read as a more interesting update to a neutral.
An Yves Klein Blue couch is bold, yet classic. Paired with gold and animal-print accents, the result is full-on glam.
If you’re a devoted fan of white, minimal spaces, a colored couch can inject some personality and verve.
Have you ever seen a more upbeat living space? This color-splashed space is 100-percent cheerful fun. Consult the color wheel for complementary pairings, and don’t shy away from mixing hues.
Another color-for-beginners choice, a cranberry hue somehow functions as a go-with-everything, not-so-neutral neutral. The tonal pillows ensure the look is cohesive.
Love a graphic look? Pair your bright sofa with black and white accents and no one will be able to keep their eyes off of the combination, promise.
This minimal space and teal sofa are proof that one colored sofa with a dash of metallics and white can be utterly show-stopping.
If you’re after a luxe-bohemian vibe, we suggest you consider a saturated velvet. The effect is pure Belle Epoch intrigue.
You don’t have to go crazy with your colorful sofa in order to make an impression. Pair it with neutrals and you can still make a statement.
We love how this tufted blue beauty complements the neutral tones of the exposed brick and ceiling beams.
This pink loveseat is the perfect match for the blue abstract art and feminine color palette.
The interior of Los Angeles event space The Fig House is what we would call advanced color experimentation! The emerald half-circle sofa is the pièce de résistance from which the other items radiate. Treat your dazzling sofa as you might a piece of art.
Would you dare design your space with one of these colorful sofas? Share your thoughts (and favorite!) in the comments.