Published at Saturday, 13 July 2019. Sectional Sofas. By Elenora Derasmo.
Because a sectional sofa consists of at least two separate components, it can be scaled to fit basically any sized room and maneuvered to create different designs. Most sectional sofas available nowadays could be used in about ten different configurations in your living room, the most common configurations being the U-shape or the L-shape.
Sofa beds. Sometimes you will find sectional sofas to have a sofa bed inside. This is a good thing when you have overnight guest over frequently, and you do not have extra beds. Having a bed inside of your sofa means that you have somewhere to sleep one or two people with out having to worry about where you will store a bed. Sofa beds just pop right out of couch from under the cushions, and then just fold right back inside when you are done.
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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