By Fleurette Chevallier. Sofas. Published at Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 - 02:16:03 AM.
Chaise Lounge: These are the single piece of sofas. They are either used as an extra piece of seating in your living room or for your master bedroom. Some of these chaise lounges come with arm rests while some come without armrests. The upholstery and fabric of it depend from piece to piece. So if you are will buy it they are available in plenty of colors and styles to match your taste of preference.
Another sofa option you will want to consider is whether you want a sofa bed also known as a sleeper sofa or a reclining sofa or a convertible sofa. Obviously a sleeper sofa or convertible sofa can come in very handy as an extra bedroom for someone who may live in an apartment or have a smaller home who still wants to be able to accommodate guests overnight.
Corner sofa beds are great types of sofas because of their extreme space efficiency. Corner sofa beds can be easily attached to other pieces of furniture to make an extra bed whenever needed. A corner sofa bed is especially suited for small rooms where it emulates the feeling of a lot of free space.
However depending on fabric choices a Tuxedo sofa could be used in a contemporary home. Contemporary styles include sock arm channel back and sectional. Some sofas come with pillows attached to the sofa some come with loose pillows that you can free style any way you choose. Another thing that gives your sofa a definite style is fabric choice. When you visit most furniture stores you`ll have the ability to first choose the style sofa you want and then pick your choice of fabric. Some manufacturers have 30 or more different fabrics you can choose from when you are designing a sofa with the only limit being how much money you want to spend. The choice of fabric can add thousands of dollars to the final cost of a sofa. Bold bright colors and geometric designs would be used on contemporary sofas and softer muted colors and prints would be used on traditional sofas.
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