Published at Thursday, 18 July 2019. Sectional Sofas. By Rachele Dello Russo.
If you still prefer a traditional sofa, but need the seating that a sectional provides, you can use two sofa's facing one another. This is a wonderful way to create a conversational area and a more formal presence.
Sectional sofas have many advantages over other types of living room sofas, and can usually fit in with any type of decorating theme as well. This dual functionality is one reason why segmented sofas have been so popular over the last decade or so. With sectional sofas, you get the maximum value for your dollar if you know where to find the real bargains. Here are some advantages of sectional sofas over other types of living room sofas:
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.
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