Published at Friday, July 19th 2019. by Elenora Derasmo in Sectional Sofas.
Do your homework. Unsure how the sofa will sit in your home? Try taping out its exact shape and dimension onto your floor to ensure you'll have enough room to maneuver around it and that it won't disrupt traffic flow. In fact, it's never a bad idea to draw up a floor plan with any new piece of furniture you're considering.
Many homeowners focus on the comfort and fit of certain pieces of furniture when choosing their living room furniture. Some homeowners or designers may decide to simply buy a complete room set that includes a sectional sofa and other accessories for the room. While choosing a complete matching set can be an easy way to design a living room, the homeowner should be sure the sofa sectional is the right one for his or her needs. Measuring the living room and observing how the family and guests in the home like to relax in the room can help a homeowner to decide on the specifics of sectional sofas.
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.
L-shape: As its name indicates, this sectional takes on an L shape, looking like two sofas merged together at the end to form a right angle. You're most likely to find a three-cushion style connected to a two-cushion style, though larger four- with three-cushion styles are popular too. The L-shape design is the most versatile of sectionals, working well wedged into a corner or floating in the middle of 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.
When Should You Get A Sectional Sofa vs. A Regular Sofa. Choosing between a sectional sofa and a standard sofa can sometimes be overwhelming. While it can easily boil down to preference, things like space and need can help determine which kind of seating will work best for your living room.
Wedge Console – This is a a piece that has an angle to it creatng a hometheater feel, usually located between other pieces to use as an arm rest and provide storage and cup holders.
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