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.
Sectional sofas have many advantages over other types of living room sofas, and can usually fit in with any type of decorating theme as well. This dual functionality is one reason why segmented sofas have been so popular over the last decade or so. With sectional sofas, you get the maximum value for your dollar if you know where to find the real bargains. Here are some advantages of sectional sofas over other types of living room sofas.
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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