out of love with your sofa but aren't ready to commit to a new one.
Well here's a way to make the sofa you have look even better: pillows!
Whether it's color,patter,texture or size.....pillow options can pull a whole room
Here's a beautiful beige linen sofa. It's perfect just the way it is. That said, if you feel the need to add a little " something" take a look at the following different pillow options and see just how big a difference they can make.
Take two sets of pillows and pump up the volume ( especially helpful for some people as this is a very deep sofa). See what a difference merely reversing the pillow order can make!
Next up..... a bold blue textural blue and white option. See how the color option lightens up the sofa and works so well with the beige linen.
And, lastly, add a dash of color and whimsy with a bold Guatemalan bolster. This makes the couch seem much longer and more streamlined, but still offers a splash of color.... as well as support.
So, dive in..... while it may only be a pillow....it can help make a house a home.
Featured below is one of our reclaimed wood trestle dining tables we build locally. The runner on the table is hand made in Guatemala.
One of our most popular platform beds, the Helmut bed, is featured in salvaged wood,
although we build in almost any material. The nightstand is from Theodore Alexander, one of the premiere furniture builders in the world.
A classic 4 poster queen bed in a vintage dark stain, a great transitional piece which will work in almost any interior.
Lighting is one of our strong points and we are constantly bringing in new designs from contemporary to classic. Sometime in May we will be introducing salvaged industrial floor and table lamps, this will be a fun addition for the store.
Dining tables are our most popular furniture products we build. I don't think there is a design or material we haven't used (but we'd LOVE a challenge; let us know what type of table you would like us to build for you).
Every 2 to 3 weeks we introduce new vintage and antique Asian furnishings, perfect for any interior design setting.
The urban industrial look has continued to become more popular and we have recently begun making custom metal furniture. This dining table is built with 1/4" thick solid metal and a reclaimed wood top. Most of the tables are finished in rich, dark stains with a satin lacquer top coat.
One of the trade marks of our store and our design sensibilities is our love of eclectic
interiors. I promise you won't be disappointed.
floor vignettes. When we started our retail business twenty years ago we had already
been focusing on custom wood designs and realized how fun it would be to always reinvent ourselves. The store reflects our design sensibilities which has been helped along by
the motion picture industry that rents lots of furniture and accessories from stores that are
A new sectional design with a casual California feel. This sectional is covered in
cotton fabric and is 9' x 9'. Sectionals have been the hit lately and large is more popular
We specialize in dining tables and with the exception of a few we bring in from top
manufacturers most of the designs are built in our own local wood factory. Most of
our clients have unique requirements, sizes, finishes and designs so we have probably
produced more dining tables than any other product over our 21 years.
Reclaimed wood platform beds and beds in general are number two on our popular
list of custom built products. Our forte is building with salvaged wood recycled from
local homes, mostly from the 1920's and 30's. Paring a contemporary or mid-century
style sofa with a reclaimed lumber coffee table is the perfect marriage of style and texture.
Thanks for the visit and if there are any design questions
we are here to help - Jerod
La Brea Design & Dine Event
Oct 21, Thur, La Brea between 4th &
Los Angeles Luxury Furniture, Interior Designers, Chic Fabric Stores and Boutique Clothing Stores Host 'Think Outside The Block' Shop and Dine EventOur first ever 'Think Outside The Block' really brought our little piece of La Brea to life. From 6 to 9:30pm the side walk in front of our stores were transformed into a hip nightlife hangout. I felt like I was on the streets of Barcelona, great food ( amazing food), everyone just kicking back on Indonesian benches and talking, I repeat talking to each other, hanging out on a beautiful L.A. fall evening.
A special thanks to Patric http://lastreetfood.net for introducing us to some amazing trucks: COOLHAUS Ice Cream Sandwiches, Mandoline Grill, The Knockout Taco Truck, The Fry Girl, and Ahn-Joo .
Moms having too much fun, I think she was onto her third glass of wine.
Haven't had a doughnut since the early day's of our factory when there was no fear of burning off all those extra calories( Maite and I were in our mid twenties) until last night, what a guilty pleasure. Shelley Beals was so kind to participate in last nights event and all the proceeds went to a charity close to her heart, The LoveJoy Foundation. This animal rescue foundation was formed to make a difference in the lives of homeless animals, many neglected and abused.
Thank you Shelley and Toni for working late last night.
A few good reviews of the evening by others much better qualified to use words.
Jessica Obrien Blog
The Huffington Post