Get the Look – Traditionally charming with Bluebell
The secret to our Bluebell’s enduring charm? It’s all in the details. That distinctive sweet heart back, soft round pleated arms and seriously swanky turned oak legs capture a traditional feel made modern. So whether in a cosy cottage or sleek city apartment, the elegant allure of Bluebell’s classic form invites you to take a seat and forget all your worries.
We’ve given our beautiful Bluebell a makeover for the season, combining luxurious fabrics, rich teals and soft pinks for a look that is contemporary yet timeless. Love how we’ve styled it? Read on to find out how to capture this look in your own home…
A sofa really is the centrepiece of your living room, and should be one that’s shouting for you to relax, make yourself comfortable and de-stress. That’s where our fabulously cosy Bluebell comes in! With it’s gloriously plump feather and foam cushions and deep-set seats making it the dream spot to curl up. Especially when upholstered in our Neptune Smart Velvet, which combines impeccable style with the added benefits of protecting against spills, stains, wear and tear making it the perfect choice for a busy family home.
Bright white marble and gleaming gold? A match made in Hollywood-glamour-heaven! The understated, geometric lines of our Taylor Table highlights the materials and lets them shine (literally). Plus, the stone top is perfect to set off that vase of freshly cut flowers or art exhibition catalogue (don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone you haven’t actually read it yet).
By grounding the scheme with a neutral rug, this allows the rich tones of the sofa to really pop. Plus, if your room is on the smaller side, the light floor also helps to visually expand the space by reflecting light and drawing your eye outwards.
Like any accessory, the cushions you pick can hugely change the mood of the sofa. While we’ve gone for a contemporary selection of pastel pinks and powder blues perfect for all-year round styling, opt for bold, brights like canary and jade in summer or deep forest greens and dusty roses come the colder months to ramp up the cosiness.