By Bethsabee Lafaille. Loveseat. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 02:21:06 AM.
You might be in the same boat I was in last year when I started looking at furniture for my guest bedroom. My wife Noelle and I were trying to furnish our guest bedroom but we weren't really feeling the traditional bed and night stand arrangement that , well, really limited the usefulness of the room in our eyes. So, naturally, we started looking into futons for our space.
As time moved on, the idea to expand on the recliner was undertaken in, what seemed at the time, a huge way. However, with the invention of loveseats, it turned out to not be such a difficult extension, after all. No longer was only one member of the household allowed to have a chair that reclined for extra comfort. Now there was room for TWO!
At first we looked at traditional bifold futon frames, you know the ones that are oriented in the same manner as your traditional sofa (aka: takes up lots of wall space). Well, we quickly scraped that idea (we own in a 1920's home with small rooms and doorways) and started looking at futon loveseats.
If you have found a loveseat that you like, bring your snuggle buddy along with you. Trust me; all of the fun of cozying up on a loveseat is removed if one person is uncomfortable. Try out the size and the shape of the seat, as well as the fabric. If the other person doesn't like it, don't get angry with thing, it just means that you both get to spend more time together shopping.
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