Published at Thursday, 10 October 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Elenora Derasmo.
To avoid this, measure your room and the relevant doorways and draw up a scale plan, including major items of furniture. Use the plan to determine what size and configuration of chairs and sofas best suits the room. Consider the proportions of the room in relation to the height and depth of the sofa. There is a lot of variation in the height of different sofas according to their style, and if the ceilings are low, a high-backed sofa may dwarf the space just as much as a sofa that is too large.
If you are lucky enough to be able to remove and launder your sofa cushion covers and back pillow covers, you have already extended the life of your couch by years! But, inevitably, the current cushion and pillow fabrics grow tired, faded, or show too many fabric pills (small ball of fibres that forms on a piece of cloth from wear), and it is time to invest some time and energy into getting new fabric or a whole new sofa.
Size Considerations: Before you even start looking for a sofa or couch, you need to decide on the size. Sofas tend to look smaller in a large showroom, so it is easy to make a mistake and be misled into thinking a large sofa will fit in your living room at home and, just as importantly, through your doorways.
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