At Mor Furniture for Less, our friendly and knowledgeable design associates can help you learn to properly mix and match furniture of different colors, upholstery, and design style to create a cozy and cohesive look in any living space. While living room sets with matching everything are an easy way to get the majority of pieces for your space, it's inevitable that eventually, you will face the need to add or take away furniture from the room.
It's no secret that furniture doesn't last forever. Or, sometimes, your needs change as your life progresses and your family grows. Pets can damage sofas and loveseats, children may spill or accidentally stain a piece, and sometimes life happens. Pen marks, small tears, worn-out cushions–sooner or later, you're going to need to replace certain items. When you have a matching set of couches, recliners, and seating in a room, what do you do? Do you throw the entire set out and start fresh? You certainly can, but that can become expensive.
Another excellent option that saves money, time, and headaches is to replace just the singular piece you need. However, you may not be able to find that exact item for sale any longer. Or, perhaps you never had a furniture set but instead an assortment of furniture from your college days or living arrangements of the past. Now, it's time to bring in the new. When you learn to mix and match furniture, you can add a new seating area to ensure that the space will look well put together and inviting for family and guests alike.
Here's how to mix and match furniture such as sofas and loveseats in a living room, den, or finished basement easily and on a budget.