Published at Friday, 03 January 2020. Sectional Sofas. By Giovanna Cusanelli.
To have a custom made sectional, first thing you should do is, to take the measurement of the room. Regular segmented sofas are available in variety of designs and come in many sections and chaises, but in case of a small sectional we need to minimize the size. If you like a design that has four or five seats, you can cut down that design into two or three seats. Two seat sofa would be easy to fit in your living room.
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.
Another great advantage of segmented sofas over regular sofas is that they can easily be adapted to fill empty space. When you have a large living room, a sectional can be manipulated to fill up the space much easier than a standard sofa. With a regular couch or sofa, what you see is generally what you get. There is no adjusting the size of the couch visually. With a sectional sofa, you are able to at least visually change the amount of space the sofa uses by moving the pieces into various positions. This gives you completely different appearances in a larger room and gives you more options as far as décor as well.
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