By Avice Carreau. Living Rooms. At Thursday, May 24th 2018, 16:26:03 PM.
There's nothing worse than hosting a movie night or cocktail party without enough seating. One guest ends up in a dining chair at the edge of the fray while another is relegated to the floor. Thankfully, there's the design wonder that is the sectional sofa. The L-shaped seating can typically be configured to be as big or small as you like, ensuring there's room for everyone—and then some.
Within this collection you’ll see modern, mid-century, pillow back, camel back, and every other type of sectional sofa, often paired with rich materials throughout the flooring, walls, and tabletop surfaces of these living rooms. We hope that these exciting designs plant ideas in your mind as much as they have in ours.
Let me give a little disclosure: I realize this is not a tiny living room by any standards. But for a big Texas house, where we regularly try to sit 10-12 adults, it’s not large either. The room is about 13’x13′ with two walls of huge windows (which I LOVE, but they do make furniture placement tricky) and – thanks to our fireplace renovation – one wall of cabinetry and fireplace. The fourth “wall” is open past the bar area to our kitchen table.
Color Resistance: Fabric sectional sofa has a various colors and patterns. But the colors in fabric sectional sofa gets faded faster. On the other hand; leather sectional sofa is mostly in black or brown; but the colors do not get faded easily. Moreover; because of the leather material; it is easy to renew the colors or make the colors look sharper.
Linen is the right material to keep the sofa's surface temperature; so that the sofa is comfortably used in any weather. When you seat on leather sofa; it will get warmer faster; adjusting your body temperature. When the temperature is cold; leather sofa will get cold too.