13 Sofa Styles that make home styling effortless


Sofas are important in a home. They are not only a must-have piece of furniture in a home, they are that piece of furniture that have your back. They can make your house look good while supporting your weight.  They carry your body and let you rest on them, so they deserve to be chosen well.

There are different sofa styles, but if you believe that sofas play an important role in interior decor, then the following classic sofa styles should be looked at:



Chesterfield sofas are large and have rolled arms  which are the same height as the back typically with deep button tufting and nail-head trim.


























When thinking about which sofa to get, it is best to get a classic one in a neutral shade. I mean, you could always make a statement with pillows and accent chairs as these are easier and much cheaper to change around.

So, of the above styles, which Sofa style speaks to you?

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  1. Avatar Natty Dread October 18th, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    ““I was told there were confrontations…I did not see it myself, I got that information to that effect at Kona Mbaya. I heard some Luos had been killed but I did not hear the exact place they were killed. What I said was that I heard that there was a confrontation. I did not say that I saw it,” the witness responded.”

    How come these witnesses first testify as though they’re narrating first-hand experiences, only to turn around and say that it was what they were told? One can only conclude that they mean that that was what their coaches told them to say.

    CIPEV is under fire, and I think that will soon be the case with Waki and KNHCR reports soon, if the OTP relied solely on them. Interestingly, because they were based on conflicting and untested narratives of various parties, those reports recommended independent investigations.

    1. Avatar Qwani October 19th, 2013 at 2:14 pm

      There are some Kenyans when given the opportunity to give their side of the story, tend to fabricate,exaggerate and completely go overboard, pretending to be experts in that particular speciality with exclusive inside information. You will find them in bars and sometimes they will sit next to you in a matatu or bus yapping away. I never thought I would see the day when they would actually appear in a court of law.

      1. Avatar Natty Dread October 19th, 2013 at 5:08 pm

        Qwani, true!

    2. Avatar Patriot October 20th, 2013 at 8:54 am

      The best part it is his interpretation of the term madoadoa as played in the clip. Totally horrendous

  2. Avatar Francis October 19th, 2013 at 1:48 am

    Without taking any side the defense got it very correct.I posted the correct interpretation of the word MADOADOA as used in RV and the word came up way back in 1992 at the advent of multiparty politics. Then the word was used to to urge people to remain in KANU. Anyone who comes from RV and those who are honest enough will remember president Moi telling RV he did not want MADOADOA and RV was a KANU zone.In this context madoadoa meant unity in KANU and to discourage fights that were to come as a result of political differences if not well managed- BOY WAS HE RIGHT! It is the first time- and this from a RV born/raised and one who had first hand experience with the violence that the word had anything do with evictions/land- THAT IS PURE LIE and the character selling that BS should apologize to the real victims. In 1992 the word was so freely used- HATUTAKI MADOADOA / WEWE NI MADOADOA meaning you did not support KANU and would thus blot the ballots.It was never has never been a code word for evictions in RV EVER! For those who know/care/are educated on RV land politics- it is never uniform. In some areas Kalenjins argue that they bought land from MUZUNGU but part of it had already been sold/allocated to Kikuyus- they say they bought a THREE-LEGGED COW.These are legitimate grievances that some have had.Even then they never sought to evict kikuyus by force but always tried to have the issue resolved.The issue of Kibor is even sadder. Kibor bought land in Kipkabus from the white owner in the 60s. I know this because my grandma worked on the muzungu farm and Kibor “took over the workers”- I lived with her. I know Kibor- my own uncle lived on Kibor’s farm as a squatter until 1992. Kibor never went to court to evict my uncle/my ten cousins who grew up on Kibor,s farm. Kibor’s children went to school with my cousins in Kipkabus and were best friends to my cousins-this even as they were squatters on their land. Kibor is not a rich farmer but an ordinary Kenyan who happens to have bought land. It is high time we heard from real people and not ghosts who have no clue what they are talking about. It is a real shame that ICC could not seek the truth.Did anyone hear the prosecutor say for the whole world to hear that WE GOT REPORT FROM CIPEV and cannot authenticate the report? Meaning report was never read/analyzed? Lord have mercy- and for that Hon. Ruto has to sit in court and listen to “evidence” that at best is busaa den stories?


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