Different Types of Sofas for Your Living Room (Part 2)

A designer sofa is the highlight of any living space. Make an informed decision by learning about all the styles available.

We have already introduced a number of sofa designs in our previous blog post. In this second part, you’ll find out about the rest of our recommendations to decorate your living space beautifully.

  • Tuxedo Sofa

To add a modern touch to your home, a Tuxedo sofa is the perfect piece of furniture. Its unique style is defined by the arms, similar in height to the backboard. Also, this style is the tallest, supporting its height on exposed legs and a row of tufts. This sofa is simple and cosy, but you can add cushions for extra comfort.

  • Bridgewater Sofa

Comfortable, cosy and elegant, the Bridgewater sofa is an ideal living area furniture. A chic design with low arms, gently rolled back and heavily padded cushions make this sofa unique. Bridgewater sofas are also known as English three-seater or birch-arm. The versatility of this sofa is its design that can complement both, traditional and modern interiors.

  • Knole Sofa

If you want a classic touch in your living room, a Knole sofa is the perfect furniture for you. The simplicity of this piece of furniture makes it stand out. It features a straight high back and angled arms that are adjustable.
It’s hard to spot this type of sofa in today’s market, as it’s one of the oldest styles. But if you like simple and graceful furniture, you should definitely make an effort to find it.

  • Sectional Sofa

Modern furniture is all about high functionality and sectional sofas are one of the prime examples. These sofas consist of corner units, recliners and ottomans which can be moved around to add functionality. They are the best option for living spaces with contemporary interiors. If you have a large area, this style will be the right fit as it can take a lot of space. For small houses, this style is not convenient.

  • Mid-Century Modern Sofa

Different from the lot, the Mid-Century Modern sofa has a fun shape. It has square legs with a high back and low arms. Retro in appearance, the organic shapes of this furniture makes this style very distinctive. For modern interiors, this sofa will complement the décor perfectly. You can also add cushions to make it cosier.

  • Chaise

The chaise lounge or “long chair” has a backboard that doesn’t cover the entire back like in common sofas. The back covers just one corner and halves of both sides with a high back. The absence of arms imparts a contemporary look. It also features short legs. If you have a small living space, this type of a sofa is a good choice.

  • Daybed

Flexibility is the main feature of this sofa. It can be used as a couch in the morning and as a bed at night. It doesn’t have a back or arms, only medium legs. Contemporary in its appearance, this is a great multi-purpose sofa for a small living space.

  • Settee

If your living space is really small, then Settee is the perfect two-seater sofa for you. A high straight back, arms and short legs are its key features. It imparts a traditional look for its antique design. This can be a great way to add charm to a small living room, in spite of having a scarcity of space.

After reading these different types of sofas, are you ready to choose the furniture for your living room? Don’t worry if you are not ready, we are here to help. You can contact us and we will guide you through the selection process. Meanwhile, you can check out the sofas on our website to get a better idea of what you want.

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