Published at Friday, 11 May 2018. Sectional Sofa. By Fernando Felipe.
Sectional sofas are usually considered family furniture, for use in the den or great room, because of their typically casual look. But they can be formal as well, moving easily into the living room or parlor. They can bring sophistication to a business lobby. A leather sectional sofa is particularly suited to a more formal or business style, but it can be fun, too, and a durable addition to family areas. The best thing about a sectional sofa is probably the spontaneity it offers in room arrangement.
A homeowner may need to measure the room and decide what type of sectional will fit best in the room before shopping for a certain model. The preference of the shape of the sofa can also be a personal one and the homeowner should decide which shape of sofa he or she would be more comfortable with for the room. A sectional sofa set can also sometimes include a loveseat or reclining chair for the room. It is important for the homeowner to be satisfied not only with the large sectional sofa but also with the other parts of the sofa set that are included in the purchase.
Not only can it be oriented in the way a furniture showroom sets it up-the typical L-pattern-but it can be split into its separate sections and positioned in different areas of a room. The largest piece can be placed in the middle of a large room to serve as a sofa, with the smaller sections arranged on the other side or the end of a coffee table to act as individual seats. If there is a chaise style piece in the sectional sofa set, it can be placed by itself near a window to provide a comfortable reading or napping spot.
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