Published at Friday, 03 January 2020. Sectional Sofas. By Hoshiko Ueno.
More seating. When you have a sectional sofa, you have more seating. More seating comes in handy when you are entertaining, or having the family over for the holidays. Extra seats, and plenty of them make your guest feel welcome, and invited to sit down.
But a small space can handle a sectional sofa very well. In fact, small rooms can take advantage of their structurally necessitated coziness. Left in its typical L-shaped configuration, sectional sofas can hug the walls, leaving the space in the center of a small room for a large square or rectangular coffee table around which friends and family can gather. Large pieces huddled together lend a pleasant snugness to a room.
Reclining features. Many sectional sofas have a reclining feature on the ends of the sectional. So, it is like you get two sofas, and two reclining chairs in one. The reclining feature is great because this give the people who are siting on the ends of the sectional a chance to kick back and relax, with out actually laying down on the couch and taking up seating space.
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