The minimalist aesthetic of the LC5 sofa daybed may be subject to a lot of thought when it comes to erecting a good backdrop. Because of its deliberate simplicity, it has the ability to contrast and complement a lot of different options and still maintain its highly unique visual output. So, there are a lot of ways that you can go about this venture, but here’s a list of some that truly stand out because of their distinct flair:
1. The feature windows
The statement window aesthetic is something that can definitely translate well when you’ve got a foreground as solid as the LC5 sofa. The thing about feature windows is that they feature very dynamic views of the outside world – just like a real-world painting in motion. This is why the minimalist and constant visuals of the LC5 sofa make for an amazing foreground when coupled with them.
2. Your backdrop is an art installation
Art installations are not just limited to sculptures and oversized, overwhelming physical outlets of imagination. Sometimes, they are very simple and straightforward – just like the colorful pinball feature in this image. Installations like this are the perfect way to make your space feel interesting, but it’s also an excellent way to make the LC5 sofa stand out as well.
3. The backdrop as art
A statement art installation is another excellent way to create an interesting backdrop for the LC5 sofa. The good thing about this idea is that it speaks in big, bold, brushstrokes, so you can accomplish it with a lot of flairs. You can either go for an oversized statement artwork, opt for a wall-space dedicated to innovative wallpaper, or even have an artist hand-paint the backdrop for you. The articulation featured in this image is a great example.
4. Using the architecture
Sometimes, you can simply utilize the interesting aesthetic of the architecture of space to make the LC5 sofa seem interesting. The great thing about this idea is that you don’t have to brainstorm for lavish ideas – everything you need is already available in the space. The solid, minimalist presence of the LC5 daybed in this image is a great example of placement while the interesting architectural elements behind provide a great backdrop.
When you’re working with low-height furniture, the background ends up taking a lot of visual space because the focus and eye-level suddenly shift perspective. So, in the end, you have a lot of options to make this interesting but nothing works better than a stylishly simple shelf as the one featured in this image. It’s quite plain in aesthetic, which means that it doesn’t take away from the LC5 sofa’s aesthetic. Furthermore, the cluster of accessories arranged on it creates a great visual diversity in the backdrop.
The backdrop is an important part of the interior design – even more so when you have to highlight an iconic piece of furniture like the LC5 sofa daybed. These ideas will definitely help you get a head start on both aspects.