Published at Tuesday, March 26th 2019. by Giacinta D'Andrea in Sectional Sofas.
Hi, homeowners! A small 'living room' or apartment should not restrict your ability to lounge comfortably on a sofa or couch. In a small space, the right furniture can add comfort to your living room without being too bulky or disrupting the flow. It's typically suggested to have a sofa that measures among 88 and 96 inches wide, but that is not always an option in small homes. Luckily, there is a wide range of small sectionals, loveseats, settees, and other couches that might be a perfect fit for your space. Keep reading to find the ideal sofa for your home.
Sectionals for Small Spaces
3‐Piece Sectional Sofas
A 3‐piece sectional presents plenty of seating without pressing a space, making it a perfect choice for small living room. Those sofas usually feature a stylish L‐shape that can serve define a room's layout and optimize the space. With a 3‐piece sectional in your living room, you will have more space for other essentials like tables, shelves, and lamps.
'Reversible' Sectional Sofas
'The versatility' of reversible sectionals proffers them excellent for small apartments. Those sofas emphasize modular designs you can reshape whenever you require. If you need a little more room or wish to customize your sectional's layout, you can rearrange the lounge section from one side of the sofa to the other. This modular design gives it easy to add plenty of comfy seating to your 'living room' outwardly overcrowding it.
'Sleeper' Sectional Sofas
When you live in a small space, you require furniture that can go higher. Some 'sleeper sectionals' emphasize beds that fold up beneath their cushions. Others are designed to be rearranged into a comfortable sleep area. Those handy features give certain sectionals ideal for anyone living in a studio apartment. They're also convenient solutions for those who frequently host guests overnight but do not have the luxury of spare bedrooms.
'Couches' for Small Spaces
Sometimes named convertible couches, futons can serve you get the most out of a small space. Those couches are designed to quickly convert from a sofa into a bed, causing them great for some small area where the bedroom is also the living room. These couches come in a wide variety of designs that can be stylish complements to your decor.
If a traditional sofa is too large for your living space, a loveseat is another good option. Standard loveseats only measure 52 inches from arm to arm, allowing them to seat two people without taking up much room. The compact furniture design also leaves you extra space for a coffee table or extra chairs if you need them.
'Settees and loveseats' are often grouped, but they own one key differentiation. While loveseats are designed to accommodate two people, many couches are built to offer to seat for three to four. If your space is too small for a traditional sofa but large enough to hold something more significant than a loveseat, consider getting a settee.
Okay, so it's technically not a couch, and it only seats one person at a time. But a reclining armchair is the most space‐conscious option when you want the plush comfort of a sofa. Two armchairs provide a more open seating arrangement than a traditional sofa, so they're an excellent choice for apartments. Adding to their flexibility, recliners usually have footrests that fold out clearly when you want them, saving you the trouble of making room for an ottoman
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