Do you feel it’s time to change the furniture in your living room? Then here we are to guide you through the types of sofas and couches for your living space. Every time we think of buying a piece of furniture, we have to go through a lot of thoughts and research whether or not it will fit our favourite room in the house. If you are someone who is good at deciding on furniture then you can just skip this, but if you are new to buying sofas then lay back ango through it. If you are also planning to buy a new TV then this is a good time as d Super Bowl TV Deals 2023 is approaching, you will have huge discounts and offers on TVs and other home furnishing items.
Let’s have a brief idea about a few sofas that I feel are incredible for every home.
- Sectional Sofa
The sectional sofas are family sofas which can accommodate 3-4 people, this type consists of two or more pieces of upholstery furniture joined together in various ways like recliner, chaise, L-shaped, U-shaped and many more. This is the most versatile of all sofas as it can be adjusted to fit the layout of your living room. It comes in many shapes and sizes. It is quite easy to move from one place to another.
- Modular Sofa
The Modular sofas are the most convenient as it is made up of many individual parts that can be movable and interchangeable. These sofas can be customised based on your preference and style. It can be designed in many ways and forms such as u-shaped, curved, or even free from any form. This is ideal for small spaces and can provide ample space.
- Chesterfield Sofa
Chesterfield Sofa have come into existence in the 18th century, and that has a unique style that makes it easily recognisable. This style of sofa has rolled or flared-out arms tufted at the same height as the back, low deep seat. It has leather upholstery, and deep button tufted. It is ideal for a traditional look interior but there have also been modern chesterfield sofas that are in the market.
4. Love Seat Sofa
Loveseat sofas can also be styled in two-seat chairs which in other words also known as the British two-seater. These are essential for small rooms which can easily fit two people who want to relax and converse face-to-face. It comes in a variety of styles and designs– contemporary and traditional.
5. Tuxedo Sofa
It comes from the art deco era, if you are an art lover then this is the type of sofa that is worth considering. Many Contemporary sofas fall under the tuxedo category. It consists of high square arms and the back of the sofa is wrapped with extended arms with tailored upholstery. It is designed to accommodate ranging from two-seaters to more. It comes in pair with an ottoman, benches and lounge sitting.
6. English Roll Arm Sofa
The English arm roll is the type of sofa that is quite relaxing. Going by its name it has rounded arms, a low deep seat, short legs and a plump round cushion. It is distinguished by its low arm as compared to the back of the sofa. These sofas are comfortable and can fit any style of design and interior. These days it comes in modern fabrication and design.
Lawson Sofas are the most comfortable sofas that have low armrests, straight backrests and loose back cushions. It is generally very cosy for relaxing. This sofa falls under the category of modern and contemporary design. It comes in many sizes and shapes, for more comfort and style you can add cushions.
8. Chaise Lounge
A chaise lounge is a recliner chair that is used for relaxation and is extended to support the leg. It is believed to be originated from the Egyptian era. This kind of sofa has a long curved back with one or no armrest. The chaise lounge comes in many shape and contour but some contemporary chaise lounge comes in straight upright shape and sizes. It is the most decorative piece of furniture that you can have in your living room or bedroom.
The futon is the Japanese word “futon” which means “cushioned bed”. So, a futon is nothing but a convertible couch which can be slid or pulled out to be a bed. The mattress is combined with cushions.
Divans are the type of sitting furniture which does not have a back and needs the support of the bare wall to style it with cushion. It is distinctive and common in many houses. It has originally derived from Persia but it has many stylish versions of it. It is similar to a Chaise lounge with a more stretched symmetrical side.