By Darchelle Fournier. Sofa Design. Published at Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 - 04:37:15 AM.
This is an example of a more typical sectional sofa. The seating is ample, and it curves in an L-shape around this living room. The majority of the seats face the television, and there is a large square table in the center that can be easily used by nearly all of the seated occupants.
To create a cohesive and unified look to your room, having your furniture match can be a big step. Many sofas have loveseat counterparts that match very well, if not completely. An additional loveseat can be a great accompaniment to a sofa to give a few more seating options and keep the design consistent.
Here is an interesting sectional sofa that provides seating on four sides. This kind of sofa is perfect for social events where everyone wants to face one another and converse. Rather than facing the television, you face each other when you sit here.
A modern loveseat is very similar to a standard sofa, but shorter. They typically seat only two people. Old style loveseats were in an S shape so that the two people sitting in them could face one another, but these kinds of loveseats are not often found anymore. Now loveseats are defined by having two seats side by side.
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