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Hand-Me-Down Couch? | Part 2


above 3 photos from: coco+kelley via Domino & ElleDecor

My last post talked about how to stylishly disguise a hand-me-down couch using sheets. Well, here are some more photos of the same inspiration. In the first photo, a red sheet over the couch is a bold burst of color amid neutrals and several patterns. In the second photo, linen draped over the sofa makes for a classic, romantic statement. And in the third photo, a crisp white quilt makes for a comfy and cheery cover.

Don't forget the pillows! :)

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