Published at Monday, March 25th 2019. by Rachele Dello Russo in Sectional Sofas.
Hi, homeowners! Sectional couches are great for maximizing living room seating, even in small spaces. If you are in the market for a sectional, you might be worried that your 'new furniture' won't fit well in your living room. While sectional sofas may take up more space than traditional sofas, they can offer a range of seating options for a variety of areas. To make certain you have sufficient room for a sectional, we've gathered a some savvy tips to serve you measure, purchase, and place an awesome new sectional in your home.
1. 'Measure' Your Home
Not just does your 'new sectional' need to fit through the doorways and hallways of your home, but it should also fit comfortably in your assigned space. This means the sofa should not overwhelm the room, and there needs to be enough space to move around and introduce your another furniture. Estimate your doorways to assure 'your sectional' will provide when you are ready to move it, and then measure the room where you want to put it.
Take these essential measurements:
Measure the width of your doorways and hallways to make certain your 'new sectional' will furnish through them when you bring it home.
Measure the length and width of the room where your sectional will go to make sure there's enough room for the sofa to fit comfortably.
2. Measure the Sectional
Once you've found a sectional you love, measure it to make sure it will fit in your home's available space. Whether you're ordering a sectional online or browsing in a store, it's essential to find out measurements for the overall length and overall width of the sectional.
The overall 'length' is the total length of 'the loveseat' and lounge part of the sectional.
The overall 'width' is the determination of the back of the sectional couch.
3. Mark the Area
When you own your sectional estimations, apply masking tape or painter's tape to mark the exact area where 'your sectional' will sit. Doing this gives you an excellent visual for how much space your sectional will take up, allowing you to account for other furniture and to consider alternative room arrangements.
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