By Elaine Monette. Sofa Design. Published at Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 - 04:38:23 AM.
The long blue sofa pictured here has a profile with a minimal impact. While it does provide plenty of seating opportunities, it still feels slight. When compared to other pieces in the room, it appears that the impact of the sofa on the space of the room is even smaller.
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.
If you want your sofa to stand out, you can contrast it with the other pieces of furniture in the room. This makes the sofa stand out, and draws attention to it as your primary seating.
For a smaller space, a couple of loveseats can work as well as a standard sofa. With two matching loveseats, you can seat up to four people and have a more intimate and close atmosphere. Many loveseats match their accompanying sofas, but do not necessarily need to. A loveseat that contrasts from your primary seating can be an interesting dynamic and can add layers to your room.
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