By lynn olivia buskirk. Living Rooms. At Wednesday, May 16th 2018, 17:21:38 PM.
Choose a powerful backdrop for a low-profile sectional. A sleek, low-profile sectional calls for a striking backdrop. Scan your living space before situating your clean-lined stunner, and choose according to background options. An interesting accent wall or exposed brick does the trick, as does a sweeping view.
Get creative with lighting. Thanks to its larger size and corner or L-shape, the sectional can balance different types of light fixtures. Below, clustered pendant lights visually fill the gap carved out by a corner sectional. Consider installing a statement light fixture above your sectional.
The media room in a Boston townhouse decorated by design firm Wells & Fox features three paintings by Mark Bradford and a work by Mark Grotjahn. The light fixture is by David Weeks Studio, the custom-made sectional sofa is clad in a Holland & Sherry wool, and the reproduction Illum Wikkelsø lounge chair by Lost City Arts is upholstered in a Jim Thompson linen blend.
The sofas lack the supportive springs found in a non—sleeper sofa and so they do feel a little "divergent" when you sit on them. As for sleeping: the thin mattress manner you may feel the support bars when you lie down.
Futons: The most basic of sleeper sofas also a futon has a metal or wood frame with a single mattress on top. When it´s folded up the mattress "produces" both the back as well as seat of the sofa. While pretty comfortable as a bed: a futon could leave something to be wanted as a sofa since it has a firm together with somewhat unforgiving seat.