Published at Friday, 11 October 2019. Loveseat Sofas. By Beatrice Genova.
Everything in Proportion. Aside from being the right scale for seating in small rooms, loveseats are pleasingly proportioned in and of themselves. A sofa can appear long and ungainly. A loveseat rarely does. With a perfect balance of height and width, loveseats add a feeling of order and elegance to the design of a room. When used with sofas, they add a sense of balance to the seating arrangement. Sofas and loveseats often look better together than a sofa alone.
Love Seat. The love seat is a smaller version of the sofa, measuring 60 to 80 inches wide. The love seat fits two people and suits small spaces or a two-member family. The love seat, also known as a chesterfield or settee, became popular in the early 1900s.
As time moved on, the idea to expand on the recliner was undertaken in, what seemed at the time, a huge way. However, with the invention of loveseats, it turned out to not be such a difficult extension, after all. No longer was only one member of the household allowed to have a chair that reclined for extra comfort. Now there was room for TWO!
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