Published at Saturday, October 07th 2017. In Sofa Design. By Adam Gregor.
Taking note of this trend, many sofa stores are now offering customizing options for their esteemed clients. To customize your sofa, it is now possible to locate a store that will be glad to make the sofa in line with your preferences. You can mention exactly what you want to customize and that includes the height, length, and width of the sofa, along with other design aspects such as arm styles, cushions, tapestry, and many other features. It is entirely up to you how you want the sofa to be. It can be taller, rounder, softer, firmer, or anything else that you can dream of.
Cabriole Sofa - Some say nothing symbolizes 18th-century furniture more than the cabriole leg. With the upper portion curving outward and the lower portion curving inward in a gentle S shape, this type of leg is associated with the Louis XV period of furniture design. The Cabriole sofa style is characterized by an exposed wooden frame (often carved), and slightly lower arms than the back. Other features include continuous lines and no back cushions; in the example above, though, the designer opted to add some, and we really like the result.
Since it is a corner sofa it can be used in a smaller space. It is also ideal for rooms that are open and as such do not have four walls. They can be placed in one corner and the room will not lose its openness as it would with regular box-shaped furniture. You can either have it as the solitary seating in that particular room if the room is small. Or you can place it in a larger room with matching furnishings. Either way, it will look wonderful and will provide the needed comfort for your loved ones whether friends or family.
Perhaps the better known of the two is the corner sofa which appears to have become by far the most popular and most advertised style of sofa available on the mass market. With sofa megastores and major online websites offering corner sofas at heavily discounted prices you'd be forgiven for thinking that the corner sofa wins hands down purely in terms of cost. There is also a huge range of styles, fabric choices and designs available to choose from so there really is no shortage of reasons to prefer a corner unit in a range of different circumstances.
Lawson Sofa - The fourth type of sofa on our list is attributed to Thomas W. Lawson, an American businessman and author who commissioned the model for extra comfort. The first Lawson sofa in history came with a back layered in pillows and overstuffed. Today, you can recognize a Lawson by three back cushions and arms lower than the back (slightly rolled or square). But expect to see many different models on the market. You can find textile and leather finishes and various embedded materials, including metal and wood.
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