Designers are looking backwards to the more ornate aesthetics of the turn of the century, and experimenting with carved feet and unusual shapes. Changing accents is often a cost effective way of altering the entire `look` of a loveseat, and creating a distinctive style consumers remember.
The most immediate change most people notice about today`s loveseats is the sheer range of color. Furniture designers are getting away from standard earth tones and muted colors, and are instead embracing the entire rainbow. Dramatic colors like deep cobalt, crimson, mint, and even fuchsia are starting to make appearances. Designers are doubtless hoping that loveseats crafted in these colors will make striking additions to show rooms, and will in turn draw in consumers.
Accentuating the changes in color are differences in the fabrics used to create loveseats. Traditional fabrics like leather and suede are still being used, but with a twist. Manufacturers are experimenting with dying leather the colors mentioned above, and tinkering with faux leather alternatives. Suede is also increasingly taking a backseat to microfiber fabrics. Microfibers vary in quality, but good examples can mimic the texture of suede while being significantly easier to clean. Some designers are even experimenting with combining fabrics, using multiple materials on one loveseat to create a patch-work look.
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