Published at Friday, 27 April 2018. Sofa Design. By Donavan Huck.
There are stacks of small sofas available to buy these days, in many styles and fabric designs. This is likely to be partly due to the compact design of many modern living spaces, and anything considered to be space saving is potentially highly desirable in these types of homes. In fact, it is pretty hard to think of any home where small sofas wouldn't be a seriously smashing addition to at least one of the rooms!
Unsurprisingly, given the complexity of manufacturing sofas in multiple sections, corner sofas will typically win hands down when it comes to price, but what about style? A quick survey of the leading interior designers operating within the space seems to suggest that modular sofas are winning on this second consideration, with many of the world's most prominent manufacturers now favouring modular sofas over corner units when it comes to creating high end furniture that exemplifies detail, style and elegant living.
Students can benefit greatly from small sofas that convert into beds because their accommodation is often cramped and they really need room for a desk and chair. Of course, a sofa in the room will also make the space extremely conducive for having a cheap night in chatting with a few mates. One thing you need to watch out for with small sofas is the temptation to choose something so small that, instead of 'cosy', you unintentionally end up with 'cramped'. The key here is to remember that your sofa must be the right size to match the other items of furniture in the room, else it may appear overwhelmed as opposed to inviting.
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