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Chic 70s vibes return home

Wednesday, 19th December, 2018 5:01pm

More than half of people will be staying in on New Year’s Eve, if new research is to be believed.

According to DFS, 55 per cent of people are planning to celebrate the New Year at home with friends and family with the living room increasingly becoming the destination for hosting a ‘big night in’.

While the lure of home comforts means we’re staying in more than ever before, venues remain a strong source of inspiration for home interiors, with 28 per cent saying their décor has been inspired by hotels, bars or restaurants they’ve visited.

Enter the new Savina from DFS, a modern take on the traditional sofabed. The Savina comes in a striking plush teal fabric, its sleek form and elegant raised legs delivering a chic 70s vibe. Transforming from a stylish sofa into a comfortable sofabed in one easy movement, the Savina is the perfect place for guests to crash after a big night in.

Take inspiration from the allure of a chic bar or cool hotel and pair the Savina with a neon light, bold cushions, and flashes of metal. Then let your guests revel in the glamour of the after party.

Lauren Harris, Senior Designer at DFS said: “People often turn to a sofabed as a practical purchase, but if you choose carefully, it can also be a great design feature. The Savina’s tactile fabric, deep jewel tone, and chic form mean it wouldn’t look out of place in a stylish hotel or a moody bar – it’s the perfect choice for those that need extra space to host guests, but don’t want to compromise on style.”

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