By Alberte Duclos. Sectional Sofa. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 07:12:11 AM.
Sectional sofas have long been associated with large rooms that were constructed for family gatherings or group assemblies. They were meant to allow people to converse easily without being relegated to separate seating areas. In this, they have been highly successful.
When shopping for sectional sofas, however, the buyer should be aware that most sections hook together so that they will not slide apart when someone sits on them. Quality furniture designers ensure that the 'hooks' are unobtrusive so that they will not be noticed if the homeowner decides to split the pieces apart. Therefore, when shopping for a sofa sectional, the buyer should examine each piece to make sure she can split the pieces without revealing too much hardware.
Because sectional sofas are usually larger than regular sofas, they are great when you have a lot of room to fill. Sometimes you might have a large space and just think a normal size sofa will look swallowed in a big room. The large sectional sofa will take up a lot of space, and you will not have to worry about how you will fill it later.
When room length is a concern, you may consider a sofa sectional set. This may be two or more sections in two or three configurations such as an end and a recliner. A beverage section, rocker/recliner and an end section, two simple sections and other similar arrangements. These sections may be placed where you have the greatest need for them.
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