Doesn’t that little end table and chair in the corner seem useless? Lately I’ve been feeling like that side of the room is too much stuff, not enough function. Plus I spraypainted the nightstand-turned-end-table ages ago before I realized how terrible I am at spraypainting and the purple paint is starting to peel. I’ve been dreaming of maybe bringing in a petite little loveseat to add some extra seating. I found this one yesterday and I’m kind of obsessed. I love the lines, the color, and the tufting, but the price is what really amazes me. Only $239!
At only 50″ wide, it’s sized just right for the space. I also love that it’s about the same height as my sofa, and has exposed legs like my sofa, but is way different in shape. I feel like maybe the two can relate to one another without clashing. It’s like they’ve each got their own separate personality, but some things in common as well. A solid basis for a fruitful relationship.
I’m not positive how deep it is, but I think around 30″. Maybe I’ll place a narrow console behind it to push it further into the seating area and provide some space for display? I saw the most adorable little vintage console in a pile of furniture at someone’s house yesterday and totally wanted to ask if I could buy it, but I didn’t. I did snap a picture on my phone when no one was looking so that I could remember my little lovie when I’m out thrifting or trolling craigslist for something similar.
I don’t have the funds to drop $300 (after shipping) right now, plus I like to sit on major purchases or projects for a while to make sure it’s what I really want, but if I’m still thinking of this little sofa come October she may be coming to live with me. I can’t imagine ever getting over this perfect little beauty, but stranger things have happened.