Feeling overwhelmed and not sure what type of sofa to pick for your living room set? Don’t worry, Modern Sofas is here to clarify each of them and help you pick the best fit for you.
Chesterfield Sofa is a classic and timeless piece that will fit any ambience. Not sure if it’s really a chesterfield? Check out the deep button tufting on the back, the arms of the couch should be rolled and the same height as the back.
Cabriole Sofa was very popular during the first half of the 18th century, being characteristic of Queen Anne, Louis XV, and Chippendale furniture.
Camelback Sofa has an arched back taking inspiration from the animal it’s named after.
Chaise derives from the term “chaise lounge,” meaning long chair. Some chaises have one arm while other have no arms and are not only popular in big living rooms but also in master bedroom suites.
Daybeds can be used as a couch by day and a bed by night, perfect if you have guests.
English Roll Arm has characteristic rounded arms and loose cushions, making it a comfortable sofa.
Lawson is slightly similar to the english sofa but its arms are not necessarily rounded.
Settee is also known as loveseat and is perfect for small living room furniture sets.
Tuxedo Sofa is slightly similar to a chesterfield sofa but it’s more clean-lined and geometric. Timeless and modern!
Mid-Century Sofa has clean-lines, a rectangular shape, tufted back and seat cushions, and solid, wood legs.
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