A brown sectional sofa can be an elegant addition to the decor, or it can overwhelm a room and wipe out the rest of the design. Do not let your living room or bedside get gloomy. Add a little contrast to the brown sofa with accessories and pillows. Keep some other elements in the room, such as lampshades or carpets, light in the color. Or try surrounding sectional with sophisticated contemporary color shades and furniture styles to mark its dramatic color and long lines. Fill the corner angle floor made of a large brown sectional with a lightly colored fluffy mat in oatmeal yarns.
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Shades of mushroom and gray are sophisticated and modern without being cold when a section is an earthy criminal color and the walls and the carpet is a pale slate. Cushions in ebony and red satin look sharp against sponge velvet sofa. When section is large enough to dominate the room, keep the rest of the furniture to a minimum. A modern sectional sofa armchair in black with a copper-colored metal frame, some elements of white ceramics and as much daylight as possible highlight the blend of softer tones. Night lights on the dimmers provide the flexibility to put the entire mood.
A large brown sectional sofa in modern loft serves as space for several people or as an emergency guest bed. The rich dark chocolate dress glitters against live turquoise pillows and accent pieces in an open living room. Place sectional against a white wall that is softened with lavender elements, and keeps flooring simple with a flat-woven wool mat that will not detract from the plush, plush stretch of the sofa. Tangerine pillows and elements of gold in a switch lamp add brightness and a glass-top coffee table letting the sofa color glare through. Buttery pumpkin leather chairs, stuffed like the couch, will finish the reserve but comfortable look.