Frequently Asked Sectional Sofas Questions
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Do Sectional Sofas Come Apart?
Sectional sofas are made to be assembled in separate pieces – some are even modular so they are intentionally made to accommodate the addition and removal of sections. Some sectional sofas simply slide apart while others are screwed together. If you’re worried about the structural stability of a sectional, don’t fret. These pieces do not come apart during daily wear, rather they only separate if you intentionally do so.
Should I Get a Sectional or Two Sofas?
If you’re choosing between a sectional or two sofas, it’s safe to assume that your space is large enough to accommodate bigger pieces of furniture. A sectional is a great option if you prefer one piece that can act as focal point in your living room. You then design around it with accent chairs and ottomans if you need more seating for guests. A sofa set consisting of a couch and loveseat is a great option for a medium to large living room that needs seating for up to five guests. If you prefer the style of a sectional but don’t have the space to fit it, consider an apartment size sectional sofa. These pieces are designed to fit the smallest of living rooms while staying true to the forms of a sectional.
What Shape Coffee Table Goes with a Sectional Sofa?
Wondering what coffee table style matches your sectional sofa? Look no further. There are no hard and fast rules for picking out a coffee table shape – as long as you love it and it can hold all your precious objects, you’re golden. But when designing your living room you need to develop visual balance and harmony. Sectional sofas are made with sleek linear lines and have a rectangular or square form. To balance these shapes, a coffee table can either mimic the planes of the sectional or the table can add contrast. So if you want to mimic the shapes, a square or rectangular table is your perfect fit. If you want to create more interest, juxtapose a round or elliptical table with your sectional.