Following on from last week, where I chose the stunning BoConcept Carmo sofa for our living room, it's now time to pick the fabric and modular design. After looking through the vast selection of materials and colours options in store, I picked out some favourites to take home, where I've been able to look at them closely in our space alongside our existing materials, textures and colour palette.
Very happy with this decision, I love the depth and contrast of the dark grey Lux Felt fabric against our natural flooring and white backdrop. With the colour locked in, it now comes time to decide on our modular design.
The Carmo sofa is made up of many different fully upholstered modules, making it possible to re-arrange the sofa and customise different combinations. It was really important for me to visualise the configurations in our space, to ensure we got it right in terms of size. Using the BoConcept online 3D design tool Home Creator, the interior designers sketched our living room and inserted the sofa, customising the modules, including the colour and fabric. Proving invaluable, this tool not only enabled us to see the many different configurations, we ended up going bigger than we initially thought possible.
BoConcept also offers a free interior design service, so if you need someone to come to your home and bounce your ideas off, contact your nearest store or book an appointment online. The interior designers are on hand to help you with any scheme, ranging from one piece of furniture, single rooms and small apartments to big houses and corporate spaces.