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Three Sofa Options For A Log Home

Soham Diaz

It's important to think about the look of the room when you shop for a new sofa at a local furniture retailer. For example, if you've decorated your living room to have a modern style, it will make sense to have a sofa that also looks modern. If you have a log home, there's a good chance that most of the rooms throughout the residence will have a rustic style, including the room in which you'll place your new sofa. It's important to look carefully at several different sofas to ensure that you select one that will be a good fit in your log home. Here are three options to consider.

Suede

A suede sofa can often have a stylish and rustic appearance that can work well in a log home. Wood and suede are two elements that often go well together, so evaluate some suede sofas to find a model that will be a good visual fit in your home. You'll likely want to stick with a natural color rather than a vibrant one. For example, brown or tan suede will offer more of a rustic appearance than a bright color such as red or blue. A lot of these couches have metal tufts or other hardware. If you can find a piece in which the metal matches some of the metal in your log home, you'll have a good match.

Plaid

If you want a completely different look, you may wish to consider a plaid sofa. This is another design that often looks rustic and that can work well in a log home. This can especially be the case if you've decorated your home to look like a rustic cabin to some degree. The connection between plaid and wooden logs is close—many lumberjacks are known for wearing plaid shirts, often to the point that these shirts are known as "lumberjack shirts." When you get a plaid couch, you'll pay homage to this connection.

Log Frame

Some people who own log homes try to stay away from furniture that is made of logs, as they feel that this look can be overwhelming. There are others, however, who love the look of logs so much that they favor log furniture. If you belong to the latter group, you might wish to shop for a sofa that has a log frame. Regardless of the material used for this piece of furniture's cushions, it may have a rustic log frame, legs, and more.

Look for these and other sofas at a furniture retailer.  


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