Published at Sunday, January 14th 2018. In Sofa Design. By Jordan Haman.
This piece of furniture not only makes a statement but it is also very functional. It is a multifunctional piece. It is appropriate for parties where you will need additional seating and at the same time it is also appropriate for sleepovers where you will need additional beds. It is a good way to incorporate extra beds into the home. The beauty of it is that when it is not in use as a bed, it does not look like a bed so only those who have slept on it or who own one will know there is a potential bed in your living room. So no more bunk beds, pull out couches and fold up beds. Guests will feel special knowing they can expect the best care from you. They will not even slightly wish they had stayed or returned home.
Today many sofa designers go beyond the usual stock sizes on their products and create the size you exactly want. Thus, they are able to create sofas that perfectly match your lifestyle and living environment. Therefore, to customize your sofa is not hard at all. Make a cursory visit to your favorite showroom or give them a call. Just mention that you require custom designing. If they are into customizing, they will be glad to help.
Unlike corner sofas, modular are still fairly new with fewer designs, fabric choices and designs available so you may need to opt for a specialist provider to find your perfect piece. Nevertheless, if you are looking for a truly unique addition to your home, it's difficult to go too far wrong with a modular suite, which will almost certainly impress your guests at events and occasions centred around the living room. For many of us, the ultimate decision will boil down to two considerations - style and price.
Camelback Sofa - The camelback sofa style is attributed to London cabinetmaker and furniture designer Thomas Chippendale, whose name strongly influenced the English decor scene in the late 18th century. A true camelback sofa has an arched back that rises to a higher point in the middle, and again slightly at the ends. Other features include rolled or square arms, upholstery, exposed legs and usually no back cushions. We love how the designers integrated a camelback-inspired sofa in the photo above, giving it an informal, inviting appearance.
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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