"Breakfast Room Green is the most cheerful of all our greens, remaining lively in both bright sunlight or softer candlelight. Named after the usually east facing rooms designed for eating the first meal of the day, it is particularly beautiful in the dawn light."
Äpplaryd sofa IKEA
"ÄPPLARYD sofa will be your home's comfy oasis. An eye-catcher that reflects your personality and style."
Äpplaryd from IKEA is new in the range. The sofa is available in different sizes, up to 4 seats with chaise. Äpplaryd is available in the colors, Djuparp Dark blue, Djuparp Red Brown, Lejde Gray black and Lejde Light gray. The Äpplaryd sofa that we have filmed is a 3-seater sofa in the color Lejde Gray black.
This Äpplaryd sofa is filmed by Mauritz Interior & Design in Warsaw Poland
5 homes with Äpplaryd sofa from IKEA
"This strong architectural grey is named after the lead often used by fishermen to weight their lines. Plummett intensifies in colour in smaller spaces and has a strikingly modern feel which is conducive to minimal living."
"This mid-century modern green is a darker version of the much loved archive colour, Olive. Perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene - especially when combined with soft pinks and browns." Bancha has good reviews, 84% recommend this color on Farrow & Ball's website.
"This earthy colour sits somewhere between the more traditional Oxford Stone and greyer Elephant's Breath. Though muted, it is incredibly uplifting and reminds us of lazy days by the sea - hence sharing its name with the bus that whisks New Yorkers out of the hot city to the similarly coloured sandy beaches of the Hamptons."
"Down Pipe, a dark lead grey, has definite blue undertones to it which deepen the complexity of the finish. Originally inspired by the colour used to paint downpipes and guttering, it has been embraced for use inside the home with fanatical zeal!" Down Pipe has good reviews, 91% recommend this color on Farrow & Ball's website.
"This inky blue is named after the Norfolk beach where the mud, along with the cockles, share a particular deep navy hue. Although traditional in feel, Stiffkey Blue is often used as an alternative to Down Pipe to create a richly dramatic space with a more contemporary finish."