Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 06:58:42 AM. Sectional Sofa. By Alberte Duclos.
The best thing about a sectional sofa is probably the spontaneity it offers in room arrangement. Not only can it be oriented in the way a furniture showroom sets it up-the typical L-pattern-but it can be split into its separate sections and positioned in different areas of a room. The largest piece can be placed in the middle of a large room to serve as a sofa, with the smaller sections arranged on the other side or the end of a coffee table to act as individual seats. If there is a chaise style piece in the sectional sofa set, it can be placed by itself near a window to provide a comfortable reading or napping spot. And if the homeowner tires of one arrangement, she can indulge a flash of spontaneity and rearrange the sections whenever she likes.
On the other hand, the contemporary sectional sofa can offer flexibility that suits small spaces. Placing a chair-size section in a corner or near a window provides a reading nook with a sense of privacy, while the rest of the sofa takes center stage of the more general living area. Such sofas allow the homeowner to delineate the function of each area of the space while the fact that the sections are part of a matching sectional sofa set lends cohesiveness to the room as well. Using the larger sofa section as a room divider can also serve to identify the functionality of each part of the room but still carry through a sense of style.
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