1. Sectional Sofa
Sectional sofas are a common type of seating sofas found in living rooms of the modern home. Unlike a traditional sofa, sectionals consist of many independent pieces that gets arranged in various positions. This quality enables the sectional sofa to be a more versatile seating solution than the normal three seater couch. Usually, the majority of these will have a seat cushion paired with a back cushion.
A couple of pieces will include an armrest on the left or right side. Since the pieces can used to create everything from a single long seating area to the conventional L- Shaped conversation area, many people find sectional couches with many sections or pieces to be desirable. Moving the individual pieces can done with ease, especially when compared to a heavy single three or four seater sofa.
2. Chesterfield Sofas
Chesterfield sofas’ generally large couches with rolled arms and with a typical deep button tufting and nail-head trim. These type of sofas are both cozy and comfortable. These sofas are famous for their style, and quality. Nothing in the world of furniture is as classy as the Chesterfield sofa. But buying a Chesterfield sofa is not as simple as it sounds. The genuine Chesterfields are quite expensive, and they look best in a room where there are chairs, ottomans, and other furniture that is of similar style and quality and therefore also expensive.
3. Lawson Style Sofa
4. Camel Back Sofas
The main design feature of the camelback sofa is a higher back in the centre which descends gently into the arms of the sofa. They’re also recognized for their exposed wood legs as well as frequently exposed wood on top of the back and arms. While being a classic design, the contemporary camelback sofa designs are a more comfortable than the antique ones. For fans of traditional styling, the camelback sofa is a great choice.
5. Chaise lounges
The chaise lounge is an upholstered couch designed in the shape of a chair that supports the legs. The chaise lounge has traditionally been associated with psychoanalysis, and even today many psychoanalysts continue to keep chaise lounges in their offices for use in psychotherapy. Chaise lounges are popular, especially in the master bedroom, suites of hotels. Some chaise lounges come with arms while the others don’t.
6. Loveseat Sofas
The loveseat sofa is a sofa made for two people. They’re generally a part of a living room set in the modern home. Loveseats sofas come in many styles and designs such as Camelback, cabriole, etc. The most favourite use of a loveseat is to create a small sitting area and bench at the foot of the bed. The one demerit is that you can’t fully stretch out.
There is nothing that symbolizes 18th century furniture as the cabriole. The upper portion of this sofa is curving outwards, and the lower portion is slightly curving inwards giving it a gentle S shape. This style of furniture is very similar to the furniture during the period of King Louis XV. It characterized by an exposed wooden frame and slightly lower arms than the back. There are no back cushions for this type of sofa.
One of the most casual and elegant sofas is the Bridgewater sofa. It is ideal for watching movies or conversing with friends. Thia has low set arms, slightly rolled back and heavily padded cushions. The British heritage highlighted in the design with the skirt that conceals the legs. This types of sofas generally fit into most of the living rooms in the modern home with ease.
9. Mid-Modern Sofa
10. British rolled arm sofa
British rolled arm sofa is one of the coziest sofas you are likely to come across. These sofa’s known for its low arms in relation to its high back. This types of sofa has a tight back, soft generously sized cushions, recessed arms and low tuned legs. The signature feature of this type of sofa that its low but highly cushioned arms. Some sofas have such low arms that they appear almost to be armless.