One school of thought in creating a comfort-led interior is to go big on reach-out-and-touch pieces, filling your room with as many examples as possible. In other words, to overload. But at Neptune, we’re generally advocators of less is more, and would argue that simplifying your space so that there are a few statement items of comfort with not too much else surrounding them, will have a greater effect. This sitting room scheme featuring our new Long Island corner sofa is a prime example of just that. With walls, architraves, ceiling and woodwork all painted in the same Snow shade, the floorboards laid simple and straight as opposed to parquet, and little else to distract, the sink-into softness of the linen Long Island sofa need not share the limelight. The plumpness of its pillows, the depth of its seat cushions, the breeziness and easiness of its loose linen covers all take centre stage so the room can lap up on its high-stakes comfort levels. Aside from that, the nearby circular footstool and seriously soft Tussock sheepskin rug are next to be noticed, each contributing to the story of softness, security and slump-back-and-relax character.