Sofa Buying Guide – Every Living Room
Living room is the best place where every person of the family loves to spend some quality time and a living room without a sofa set? Nah no one can even think of a loving room without a sofa set .so if you are going to change your most important thing of the living room then you here.
- Classic 73-inch Love Seat Living Room Linen Fabric Sofa (Beige)
- Signature Design by Ashley Commando Living Room Set in Black Leather
- Contemporary Sofa Loveseat – This Upholstered Couch Is Made of Wood and Linen Material
- Classic 73-inch Love Seat Living Room Linen Fabric Sofa (Brown)
- Pearington Merango Microfiber Living Room 2 Seat Loveseat/Sofa, Dark Gray
- Divano Roma Classic Soft Microfiber and Bonded Leather Living Room Furniture
- Flash Furniture Benchcraft Paulie Sofa in DuraBlend, Quarry
- Milton Greens Stars Frankfurt Sectional Sofa with 2 Recliners, Black
- Poundex F7857 Bobkona Aria Faux Leather 2 Piece Sofa and Loveseat Set, Espresso
- Divano Roma Furniture Collection – Modern Two Tone Velvet Fabric Living Room Love Seat Sofa – Various Colors (Brown)
- Ashley Furniture Signature Design – Darcy Sofa – 3 Seats – Ultra Soft Upholstery – Contemporary – Salsa
- Divano Roma Furniture Collection – Modern Two Tone Velvet Fabric Living Room Love Seat Sofa – Various Colors (Beige)
- Mid-Century Modern Linen Fabric Futon Sofa Bed, Living Room Sleeper Couch (Yellow)
- Ultra Modern Plush Bonded Leather Living Room Sofa with Chrome Leg detail (White)
- Baxton Studio Orland Bonded Leather Modern Sectional Sofa Set with Right Facing Chaise, Brown
As you’re likely to be living with your new sofa for some time, it’s important to choose a sofa with the right seating arrangement for your household and room size. You’ll also need to match the colour, style and fabric of the sofa with your décor.
Work out which sofa combination will work best for your household. Young children might be happy sharing a sofa but teenagers are renowned for wanting their own space, so a couple of 2 seater sofas or additional armchairs could be the best option.
A three seater sofa gives space to stretch out and a modular or corner sofa is a flexible option to make the best use of your available space. If you regularly have guests, consider a sofa bed; and for the ultimate in relaxation, treat yourself to a recliner sofa or armchair.
Before you buy, measure the area and check that your new sofa will fit. Don’t forget to measure door frames, bearing in mind the door may have restricted opening, and hallway corridors, especially if your new sofa needs manoeuvring round a bend. If in doubt, read our will it fit guide or call us to check with our sales team to avoid disappointment on delivery day.
Over time, sofa cushion fillings tend to lose their bounce, so think about comfort levels when choosing your new sofa. Foam or fibre-filled sofa cushions are great to sink into but will need plumping up regularly, whereas pocket-sprung cushions will retain their shape and offer a good level of support.
Sofas are the focal point of a living room and colour is important. Will your new sofa go with your current décor or is this an opportunity to freshen up the paintwork? A sofa can provide the accent colour to complement your chosen colour scheme or make a bold statement: for example, a crimson leather sofa in a contemporary setting.
If you have young children (or a messy partner!), leather sofas are both hardwearing and easy to wipe clean. If you decide on a fabric sofa, make sure it has detachable, machine-washable covers.