Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 05:43:12 AM. Loveseat. By Bethsabee Lafaille.
At first we looked at traditional bifold futon frames, you know the ones that are oriented in the same manner as your traditional sofa (aka: takes up lots of wall space). Well, we quickly scraped that idea (we own in a 1920's home with small rooms and doorways) and started looking at futon loveseats.
The most immediate change most people notice about today's loveseats is the sheer range of color. Furniture designers are getting away from standard earth tones and muted colors, and are instead embracing the entire rainbow. Dramatic colors like deep cobalt, crimson, mint, and even fuchsia are starting to make appearances. Designers are doubtless hoping that loveseats crafted in these colors will make striking additions to show rooms, and will in turn draw in consumers.
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