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Whether you go for a bold colour, pattern or a neutral, your choice of upholstery fabric is going to have massive influence on the space, so select carefully to ensure it fits with your scheme. Natural materials can fade in strong sun so go for a synthetic fabric in the event the couch will be close to a window. It is especially crucial in a busy household home, and in case you've got a dog or cat, elect for a fabric that's easy to spot clean. Loose covers are worth investigating, since they can be removed for cleanup and some are washable.
Yellow and grey colour scheme living room - Produced by Kiera Buckley-Jones, photography from Rachel Whiting
The average sofa has a bench depth of 60cm, which provides a lot of space to manoeuvre in case you've got long legs, and allows you to tuck them under in case you're shorter. But seat depths do change, so test different styles to make certain you get great back support. There's no right or wrong height so make sure you buy to make sure it suits the entire family. In the end, check the complete width, including armrests, should you prefer to extend out.
Take out the tape measure and be certain you're sure of the maximum sofa dimensions which will fitsuit, your space. Also, check the dimensions of any doorways and stairways the sofa is going to need to pass through on delivery. If access is limited, you might need to opt for a more low-back design, one with removable legs or even a modular design which may be delivered in sections.
Buying a couch is just one of the main investments you're most likely to make for your living room. This information can allow you to make the perfect decision.
Pay as much as you are able to spend on an excellent frame -- it'll see you through several years of lounging. Take note of the guarantee before you commit, a few manufacturers are so confident in their frames they provide a lifetime warranty. A solid hardwood frame is a good choice, but you should be careful of a particleboard or metal structure.
Keep in mind that what is inside a sofa is equally as important as what's used on the outside. Feather-filled cushions are packed with relaxation but they'll need routine gallop, whilst foam or fibre fillings can flatten out and lose their shape with time. The team in Sofa.com recommends picking a combination of feather and foam as'feathers provide the squish while the foam offers structure'. A fantastic mix is back cushions full of feathers and chair cushions full of foam or fiber.