Regular Sofas vs Corner Sofas
Once you’ve made the decision to replace your sofa then it is important to make sure you opt for the right kind of design. The sofa is after all the place to relax in the evening or chill out on at the weekend and it needs to be comfortable and functional. Whilst two and three seater sofas are still popular, corner sofas are an increasingly common choice these days too. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Regular sofas tend to fit more easily into different sized rooms and also have the added function of doubling up as a sofa bed which is perfect for when you have visitors. They are generally cheaper than corner sofas too which is important to bear in mind if you on a budget. On the other hand, they may not be able to seat as many people as a corner sofa could meaning that either more furniture has to be invested in or less people can be accommodated in your living room.
One of the main attractions of a corner sofa is that it can seat more people than a standard, straight sofa, which makes a more sociable living space. Friends or family can sit together on the sofa and easily talk together which is great for get togethers and parties. However, a corner sofa does not lend itself well to all room shapes and so how and where it will fit into the room needs to be considered before purchasing it to make sure the sofa suits the available space.
Websters is a family run, independent business based in Yorkshire. We supply a wide range of sofas and encourage customers to visit our showroom to see the different designs, colours and materials available. For more information or specialist advice please do not hesitate to get in contact with us today on 01484 712024.