Are you looking for living room sectionals? Here you will find all the information you need to help you choose the sectional that best suits your needs.
Of all the furniture seats that are out there in the market, living room sectionals are probably the best type to get, as they are so versatile in the way you can put them together. You can add as many or as little sections as you want. You can also arrange the sectionals how you want, in virtually any configuration that can fit your home – whether it be the classic “L” shape, “U” shape, or spread out across your living area in patches. This makes them the ultimate in comfort and aesthetics.
Simply put, leather is beautiful. There’s something about leather that portrays a sense of elegance and sophistication. And don’t forget, leather is oh so comfortable.
Whether the padding underneath is soft or firm, the suppleness of leather upholstery gives makes your body feel good as you settle down into your sectional. Not to mention, leather is very durable so you will enjoy this fine piece of furniture for decades.
Want to save some money but don’t want to skimp on comfort or aesthetics? Opt for a microfiber living room sectional.
They can be hundreds to thousands of dollars less expensive than their leather counterparts. Plus, microfiber allows for more breathability, which makes for a refreshing lounging experience. You can sit or lay in comfort for hours without having to worry about sweat building up. Microfiber sectionals also come in a wider range of colors. You can go with your earthy browns, oranges, and greens. Or you can go with your trendy reds, yellows, and blues. The possibilities are endless.
This situation might sound familiar. You and a bunch of other people are sitting in your living room, lounging about.
You want to lay back but everywhere you turn there’s somebody sitting right there. There’s simply no room. Well, a reclining living room sectional can be the perfect solution. Each section of this sectional has the capability to recline. Just pull a lever, the back support reclines and the bottom pops out and becomes a foot rest. Issue solved.
Sectional Sofa Bed
Do you often have guests? Do you enjoy spending late nights in the living room with friends and family, watching TV or just lounging about until you fall asleep?
This type of sectional is perfect for you. As the name implies, this type of sectional can be converted into a bed. They fold down easy to create a flat surface to lay on. They feature extra wide seats and chaises so that you have enough room to spread your limbs as you lay down. They are also usually a little firm to give your body support as you are resting. If you decide to get a sectional sofa bed, we highly recommend that you get one that has storage space under the seats. That way you can store your blankets and pillows in there.
Home Theater Sectional
These types of living room sectionals are designed specifically to enhance your movie, or television watching experience at home.
Combined with the right entertainment system, they can really make you feel like you are sitting in an actual movie theater. The most common type is the linear arrangement, with three or four seats. However, many of them come in the half circle arrangement with accompanying ottoman. A very common feature of home theater sectionals is the high back seats with a slight S curve, just like in the movie theaters. Next, many of them will come with cup holders which at the ends, and between each individual seat. That way, you can snack on popcorn and sip your soft drinks. One nice features you may want to look for when buying this type of sectional is the built in cooler so you can keep your drinks chilled. Another feature that you might want to get is the reclining seats with pop out foot rest, which will provide a relaxing experience that not even most movie theaters can provide.
Living Room Sectionals With Chaise And Ottoman
These are probably the most versatile of all the styles of sectionals available.
A chaise is an extended seat, which allows more room for putting your legs up or when you want to lay down. Chaises are positioned at one end or both ends of the sofa. They can extend forward, allowing you to put up your legs and lay your arm on the arm rest. Other chaises extend sideways, eliminating the arm rest but allowing for someone to lay down without having to scrounge or curl up. The ottoman makes the seating arrangement even more versatile. You can place an ottoman at either end, which will create an extra seat. Or you can place the ottoman to extend the chase, which will create an even longer extension, perhaps to lay down or simply just to seat another person. You can also place the ottoman in the middle so everyone can put up their feet. You can also place a serving tray on top of the ottoman to create a mock coffee table. Lastly, you can place the ottoman in the corner of your sectional to create a bed like surface that can fit more than one person.
These types of living room sectionals are popular amongst owners of trendy, modern homes and lofts.
They can make for a really cool Jetson like appearance. The seating arrangements of circular sectionals include half moon, half circle, and “C” shape. Some will have their sections cut in such a way that the sectional can be arranged in an “S” shape. Some will come with multiple chaises so you can create all sorts of weird, windy shapes. Some are even double sided, which is great when you have lots of guests. A little warning, however. Although these have high entertainment value, they are generally not very practical. They can be quite difficult to lay down on. Due to their circular shape, they take up a lot of space. So, they are not ideal for spaces, but rather large ones.
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