Published at Thursday, 18 July 2019. Sectional Sofas. By Rachele Dello Russo.
It breaks up an open floor plan. There's nothing like the airiness of an open floor plan, but we'll admit that arranging the space can be tricky. Enter the sectional, whose broad size and structural shape can help create distinct “rooms” within a larger area. Breaking Down the Designs. There are a dizzying number of options when it comes to sectional sofas, which means you can get exactly what you want. Read below about the various styles to get a head start.
Curved: The curved sectional brings sculptural appeal to a space, acting almost as a piece of art with its elegant silhouette. Keep in mind, it's not your best bet when it comes to small spaces: Because it doesn't sit flush against a wall, you'll have to position it farther out into the room.
Why a Sectional? There's room for more. The main draw to getting a sectional is straightforward: It offers an ample amount of seating and is perfect for lounging and putting your feet up. Depending on their size, sectionals can offer room for several more people to sit than a conventional sofa can.
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