Published at Saturday, 03 August 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Giovanna Cusanelli.
Does the upholsterer a mile away have a thousand fabrics at his or her disposal to offer to you? Probably not, but web retail stores do because they can work directly with many large and small fabric manufacturers to bring you 1000 fabric choices every day in simple prints, twill fabrics, complex and elegant designs, and intricately woven fabrics. Upholstery fabrics comprise about 25% to 40% of the offerings, in a variety of price categories.
These are not fabric mills, that actually weave the fabrics, but custom shops located all over the United States, where sewing workers are paid living wages with good working conditions and real health coverage! They market their fabrics through web retailers like futon cover businesses, who are already in the business of offering well-sewn and constructed fabric products.
The daybed was the most popular and common kind of sofa in the 17th century. Especially into the 19th century the sofa, couch, or lounge bed was often thought of as a ladies lounging seat. However, reverting back further in history, men would often lounge as they ate or relaxed, and the women would stand or sit in chairs. As a matter of fact, it was not until the industrial era that sofas began to appear eventually in the homes of more and more common people. Soon it became so that virtually everyone, singles, couples, and / or whole families, would acquire at least one sofa for their home.
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