A passion for the elegant and timeless Chesterfield sofa is on the rise. This handsome classic tufted sofa can fit harmoniously into most genres of style; from a city loft to a vintage lair the tufted sofa adds that perfect touch.
Legend has it that the 4th Earl of Chesterfield commission the first tufted sofa with a deep seat in the early 1700s hence its name sake. While being both patron of the arts and a politician, Lord Stanhope and Voltaire likely had some interesting debates about life on his comfortable yet groundbreaking sofa.
Interestingly, Anthropology’s Lyre Chesterfield, which is modeled after this 18th century treasure goes for a cool $3K. The Jigsaw team’s favorite attribute of their rendition is it’s availability in 18 colors. Finished with button-tufts, trimmed with nailheads, and rolled English arms complete this quintessential style. For those lovers of antiques and traditional elegance this is the sofa for you.
If you’re a fan of all things retro, then you mid-century brat packers head to Room Service or Mod-shop for the Hot Pink Sinatra Tufted Sofa. Complete with nailhead and in a rainbow of colors this retro chic modern chesterfield is swanky yet cozy.
Gracing royal palaces and chic abodes around the world for centuries this luxurious style had many interpretations. Take Roche Bobois’ point of view with the fresh take on the chesterfield by Phillee Bouix. Upholstered in Cabaret velvet and silk this look is sleek and updated.
We feature our favorite Chesterfields in velvet throughout this post as this rich texture creates such an inviting and luxurious layer to a room. We love the chic and sophisticated tone on tone teal blue u-shaped sofa in Schumacher silk velvet with matching walls.
Whatever your style, there’s nothing tough about loving tufted! For more information on hot chesterfield’s plus resources visit the contact page on the Jigsaw Design Group website at www.jigsawdesigngroup.com. Someone will quickly contact you with more information. Please subscribe to the blog for more informative articles like these, and check out our Facebook page for more tips and images! Be sure to ‘like us’ on Facebook! Now join us on Googleplus too!