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Timeless Sofa Styles to Enhance the Beauty of Your Living Room

Updated on January 8, 2016

Timeless Sofa Styles to Enhance the Beauty of Your Living Room

Living room is the first room where your guests are stepping in and seated to have a chat with you. Hence, the arrangement and style of the furniture products used in your living room play an important role to create an impression in your guests. Sofa is a furniture piece essential for your living room, but you have to be careful while purchasing a sofa as it is a long-term investment. A variety of timeless sofa styles are available in the market to enhance the beauty of your living room. You should choose a sofa style that goes well with the theme of your interior. Here are some options for the timeless sofa styles that can be considered for your living room:

Lawson-style Sofa: This is a comfortable sofa style with pillows placed in the back that are separated from the structure. The detachable large cushions provide more cushioning to the users in back as well as on the seats. This sofa style is available in different materials, sizes and colors.

Sectional sofa: Sectional sofa is a modern style sofa with 3-5 configurations of seating arrangement. Sectional sofas are coming with fixtures that are used to connect the separate pieces to make them single. Some of the designs available with these sofa sets are recliners, chaises, ottomans, end units, and corner units. This sofa style is best suited for contemporary living room having high ceilings and several windows. This style looks good when arranged in large spaces. Sectional sofa is not suitable for interiors with small area.

Bridgewater Sofa: This type of sofa is coming with rolled and low arms, but with high back. Back cushions and seats are loosely arranged. Skirting is also found in this sofa style that hides the legs of the sofa. This is a three seater sofa.

Mid-century Modern Sofa: This style of sofa was popular during 1940-1970, but still in the market. It is considered as a timeless piece because of its clean lines and minimalistic design. This sofa has low legs, mostly with square legs. If it is arranged in a right interior, then it will look elegant.

English Club Sofa: This sofa style is also known as the English rolled arm sofa. English club sofa has low arms and the height of the back is little more than the arms. In some sofas, the arms will be so low that they will appear as armless.

Chesterfield Sofa: This style is of 1920s with tufted/quilted upholstery design. The back and arms of this sofa is rolled. Chesterfield sofa has a royal look and charm because of its leather upholstery and rolled arms. The back of this sofa has the same height as that of the arms. Tufted design can be seen only on the arms and back, whereas seats have a normal look without any designs.

Cabriole Sofa: It is named so because of the sinuous curved legs and back. It looks like French salon chair because of its curved arms and back. The arms and back are of equal height, and you will feel that the back is continuous to form arms.

Tuxedo Sofa: In this style also, the back and arms is of same height. The cushions used in this sofa are loosely fit. Pillows will add comfort to the users, but they are optional.

Camelback Sofa: This sofa has a high back in the middle, which slopes down and rolled into arms. The seats and back are upholstered, but the wooden legs are exposed. Back of the sofa is in a tufted style, whereas the seats are plain without any designs. It goes well with a classic themed interior.

Futon: Futon is a combination of sofa and bed. The back of the sofa can be flattened to create a flat and cushion surface to sleep. The sofa cushions will also serve as a bed to sleep.

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