Navy Blue

Inspiration & trends

Most people would agree that when spending time and money on decorating and furnishing a room, they usually avoid bold, dark colours in favour of more neutral tones as they see it as a style risk. However, there are many advantages to having colours such as navy blue in the home. Creating a focal point or a statement piece is much easier if you have a strong colour to work with and shades such as navy are also very easy to match to or contrast with other items. You can create a classy and interesting modern image by basing your look around one of our beautiful navy blue items.

Harlequin Isabelle 3-seater sofa

This navy sofa also comes in a range of other colours and is ideal for those that want a decadent and luxurious look for their living room. This sofa is upholstered in a velvet-style fabric and the sofa has fibre-filled back and seat cushions for comfort as luxurious as the exterior.

Blue isabelle sofa

Roxy LHF corner chaise sofa

A navy blue sofa is a bold design statement; however, this sofa also comes in a variety of other attractive colours and it is perfect for creating a focal point in a room. The adjustable arm at one end takes relaxation to another level and the attractive design is ideal for those who want an unusual but practical piece of furniture, as this sofa has a hardwood frame for strength.

Blue roxy sofa

Condo 3-seater sofa

This three seater navy blue sofa is perfect if you want to stretch out at the end of a long day. Easy to care for, this sofa has a minimalist design so is ideal for homes with contemporary décor.

Blue condo sofa

Elixir 3-seater sofa

This navy sofa puts comfort first and comes with a range of optional extras such as recliner seats. The hand-finishing screams quality and it also features adjustable headrests for the ultimate in comfort and support.

Rich shades of navy blue will work well in any home and can often fit in beautifully with existing décor. A statement piece of navy blue furniture does not have the insipidity of neutral shades and is bold without being garish.