Published at Tuesday, 05 June 2018. Sectional Sofa. By Jordan Haman.
When shopping for living room furniture for a small space, it is imperative that the buyer measure that space carefully. She should also measure any hall or doorway through which the delivered sofa will have to pass. Corners should be taken into consideration, too, because sofas do not bend. Even the smallest piece of a sofa sectional could prove impossible to carry into a small apartment if it is too wide to fit through the front door of the building or inside the elevator or stairwell. So measuring the space as well as the pathway and taking a tape measure to the furniture store is crucial.
When room length is a concern, you may consider a sofa sectional set. This may be two or more sections in two or three configurations such as an end and a recliner. A beverage section, rocker/recliner and an end section, two simple sections and other similar arrangements. These sections may be placed where you have the greatest need for them. Today's consumer may find sectional sofas in traditional configurations, as well as those with more modern appearances expressed in colors, pillows, remote controls and others as well as contemporary sectional sofas that reflect the present and anticipate the future in design, color and variations in section offerings.
Sectional sofas have long been associated with large rooms that were constructed for family gatherings or group assemblies. They were meant to allow people to converse easily without being relegated to separate seating areas. In this, they have been highly successful. But a small space can handle a sectional sofa very well. In fact, small rooms can take advantage of their structurally necessitated coziness. Left in its typical L-shaped configuration, sectional sofas can hug the walls, leaving the space in the center of a small room for a large square or rectangular coffee table around which friends and family can gather.
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