Old Greenwich Beach Family Room

A relaxed beach side cottage.
Photos by Michael Partenio

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Mike Dietrich added this to Know Your Sofa Options: Arms, Cushions, Backs & Bases19 February 2018

A tight back is the third option; it consists of the back cushion being completely integrated with the sofa back. Although it has a much firmer feel, no plumping or fluffing of the back cushions is needed, and it always looks neat. Note: Throw pillows, like the ones seen here, can also be great projectiles in a pillow fight. But they are much easier to replace than sofa cushions.

Fred Albert added this to The Essential Sofa Buying Guide26 June 2017

Pillow-back sofas are generally considered more comfortable and inviting, but there’s a downside: Unless you’re diligent with your fluffing, the cushions will usually look slightly askew. If you’re the kind of person who is driven to distraction by something like that, you might want to consider a tight back.

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Lindsey James added this to Living/Family/Great Room25 June 2020

Living Room (Sitting Room) - Couch

lredding58 added this to Livingrooms19 May 2020

Love this room! Wall color is what I want!

lsj1biz added this to Rooms I Like15 April 2020

Contrasting wall and ceiling colors. Calm colors. Couch. Overall setting.

Isabelle Y added this to Decorations17 March 2020

I like the lamps behind the couch.

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