Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Justice Furniture Market, Part II

We didn't get finished showing you the current sofa selection offered by Justice Furniture. The smaller sized sofa pictured below takes on a fun look with the new floral fabric. We think it would have a more tailored look if it was upholstered in a woven fabric. Note the buttons on the back. Also take notice of the little cubes which can be spread out for additional seating, or used as one large ottoman as shown.

Another new floral fabric has a great cottage look and is perfect with this style of sofa. The rounded arms and three cushions give this sofa a real comfy look with the cotton fabric. The striped pillows are a perfect accent to the cottage style. The picture would really be complete with a shabby style coffee table with a pile of great decorating books on top!

The blue and white fabrics were a fresh look on this two cushion sofa. Note the rounded edges on the cushions and arms.

Here's a good example of a bold fabric on a large piece of furniture. The medallion style fabric was centered in each cushion, as it should be. This fabric would also be a great choice for a chair with a tall back.

The ecru fabric was an addition we had been waiting for! A neutral, woven fabric that looks good with almost everything. It's a great backdrop for some interesting pillows. The texture keeps it from being boring, and adds a tailored look to whatever piece of furniture it's on.

The last sofa is now called the "Jeanne" sofa. We like naming the furniture after our customers! It's just easier for us to remember. This particular sofa is great for floating in a room because of the pretty rolled back (we don't have a picture of that, unfortunately). The drawing at the end gives a hint of the shape.

Justice Furniture has updated their website to include line drawings of their furniture, along with the dimensions. After checking their website, remember to come by the shop and we'll show you all their fabrics or call for an appointment and we'll bring them by your home!

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