How to use BoConcept’s Indivi sofa in a well-rounded décor scheme
Its new round resting unit epitomises the comfort of circular forms in a living space.
In association with Boconcept.
Love, unity, harmony, protection… Circles are said to symbolise so much — and judging by this space, we can add rest and relaxation to the list. Rounded shapes are also just lovely to look at, especially in a living room, where comfort is a top priority. This lounge setting embraces the softness of curves in the form of essentials like the coffee table and pendant light, in accessories such as the vases and storage containers, and in the R&R focal point: the Indivi sofa by BoConcept, which has a new round resting unit that gives you gloriously ample space on which to curl up or laze around. Warm, tonal shades subtly colour this room where a gentle grey is the hero hue, teamed with sandy highlights and the odd hint of noir for depth. All it needs is for you to pour yourself a cuppa, slide a book off the shelf, take a seat and live it up.
MAIN IMAGE, FROM LEFT Simple rug, $2619; Bordeaux console table, $919; Ribbon vase, $329; Smoke vase, $125; Harlekin vase, $139, boconcept.co.nz. Fine Sand linen fabric (used as curtain), $52/m, marthas.co.nz. Aerial pendant, $1069; Madrid coffee table, $2169; Basin bowl, $299; Indivi sofa with round resting unit, $11,490; Linen cushion, $99; Velvet Rough cushion, $149; Hana No Ma I artwork, $1319, boconcept.co.nz. Containers, flowers and books stylist’s own. ADDITIONAL ITEM TOP Velvet cushion, $119, boconcept.co.nz.
Published at Sat, 12 Jun 2021 00:04:21 +0000