Living Room / October 3, 2018 / Milena Montanez.
Redecorating a living room is often the hardest room to especially if you are on a budget. Isn’t to say that it just can not be done; just that it can not do naturally and easily. Many decorators will suggest that you first take stock in your living room and see if there is something that is worn, faded, but integral to the function of the room as a whole before starting a redecorating campaign.
To no one’s surprise, the couch often fits the description and should be the first to be dealt. Our mom’s had that old plaid monstrosity, as college students we all had that futon, and newlyweds are often stuck with hand me downs from aunts and uncles that insist the plastic sofa slipcover remain no matter what.
Independent and with the financial freedom to make furniture purchases, it’s probably time to throw out the old and bring in the new. Starting your effort to redesign with the couch is a great way to figure out what kind of look you want. For anyone following heart, designer Cristian Zuzunaga has come up with just the couch for you.
The Pixel couch, a lovely piece of furniture that promises to make any living room “pop” personifies the digital age with the use of colors and enlarged pixel patterns. No gimmicks, no carved lion feet, and no plastic covering required Zuzunaga’s masterpiece is sure to entice conversation and shock.