How to Style a Sofa in a Statement Colour for Spring (Video)

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One of the trends I’m absolutely loving this Spring is the use of muted pastel colours in home decor. I’m seeing a lot of blush pinks, seafoam greens and periwinkle blues in both furniture and accessories and it’s so pretty and fresh. I’ve even seen blush pink coloured walls and they’re just so gorgeous! If you want to go for a fun change this Spring in your home’s decor, why not try a sofa in a statement colour like seafoam green? Today I want to show you how surprisingly versatile a pastel coloured couch can be and a few ways to style it.

How to style a sofa in a statement color like seafoam green! This is the Vita from The Brick.

I got to play with this particular sofa in my home the other day – it’s the Vita 100% genuine leather sofa from the Cindy Crawford collection at The Brick. Isn’t the colour SO pretty? I’m always a huge sucker for anything in the turquoise, aqua, seafoam, or teal range.

What makes this particular sofa so versatile in almost any room is the fact that its seafoam green colour is nice and muted. It has a good dose of grey in it so it’s a more sophisticated colour that blends well with lots of other colours in a room.

I also really like that this sofa is genuine leather – our own sofas are leather and I always recommend leather couches for family living rooms! They’re so easy to clean and they last a long time. The price point of the Vita sofa is also a great deal for a leather piece! I also find the lines of this couch very classic with a trendy twist – it’s a style that would go well in a lot of different rooms. (You can find this sofa in a couple of other colours too if this one’s not for you.)

By the way: the entire Cindy Crawford Home Collection is available for 70% off the ticket price when you buy the matching loveseat or chair! Click here to browse this deal.

How to style a sofa in a statement color like seafoam green! This is the Vita from The Brick.

How to style a sofa in a statement color like seafoam green! This is the Vita from The Brick.

Here, I’ve styled this sofa with my DIY floral throw pillows and lots of cream accents. I love how the pinks in the pillows look with the grey-green in the sofa. It’s a really feminine, Springy look! Want to see another option? Have a look at the video that The Brick and I put together for you about incorporating a statement colour this Spring:

Now I’d love to hear from YOU! Have an upholstered furniture question you want answered? Wondering how to arrange your pieces, what material to choose with your paint colour, or how to find the best upholstered piece for your family’s needs? Comment below or on our social media channels (either mine or The Brick’s). You never know: next month we might help you turn your living space into something fabulous!


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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by The Brick. As always, all of the opinions here are my own. I only recommend companies that I use and love myself.


  1. That sofa is a really beautiful color. I really like mixing furniture styles so I’d love to see tips on taking store bought basic pieces from different collections for an eclectic/collected look without actually doing thrift/second hand shopping,

  2. Oh that sofa is beautiful!! I could just imagine the different ways to ‘decorate’ it though the seasons too, it just goes with everything doesn’t it? How fun!!

  3. I bought the same sofa but we will only have it delivered in July when our home is built… on the video it looks more light blue than green. I thought it was more minty green… what do you think.. more blue or grwen?!

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