The most obvious advantage that sectional sofas have over typical sofas is that they have multiple positions that they can be put into. Sectional sofas can be made into a longer type of sofa, a corner sofa and any shape in between. This allows you to adapt your furniture to your space rather than trying to create the room around your sofa. Sectional sofas are very versatile in this manner.
Whatever fabric you happen to fall in love with, there will almost always be a more durable alternative. If you want leather but don't have the time to care for it, opt for vinyl or micro-suede. If you love linen but you need a kid or pet-friendly fabric, opt for synthetic linen (either a cotton/poly blend or 100& polyester). If you love the formal and fancy feel of silk and velvet but you're not living in a formal environment, try micro-velvet instead. A good piece of furniture should fit your tastes, but it also needs to fit your use of it; make sure you are honest with yourself from the beginning about how you treat your sofa, and it will be smooth sailing!
One of the toughest decisions in color selection is whether the color will be light or dark. Again, this aspect will depend on the surroundings. You must select a shade that matches the floor. A wooden, dark flooring can make the sofa blend in or totally vanish. Keep in mind that sofas are made of fabrics that absorb the light - they are not shiny lamps.
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