How to choose
your sofa wisely
A sofa is a major furniture investment that will stay with you for a long period of time, so it’s important to choose a sofa that suits your needs and preferences. Style preference is a personal matter, and there are many factors to consider when it comes to design, material and comfort. Buy the best-quality sofa you can afford.
Things to consider are
- Consider the size and layout of the room. Is there any limitation such as short or odd shaped wall?
- Get the right size - Use masking or painter’s tape to outline the length, depth and height of the sofa to get a true sense of how it will fit into your living area.
- What is the intention for the space?
Formal or casual for family gathering, lounging, watching TV or playing game
- Upholstery material – Plush white suede or kids and pet friendly fabric
- Pick a color – a perfect way to customize and personalize your living space. Neutral, classic, or bold colors and patterns? Pick style and color that complement your décor.
- Measure the sofa and the width of your doorways, hallways and stairs
We spend a relatively large amount of time on sofas, whether it’s relaxing before bed or enjoying time with your family. Comfort as well as style are a matter of personal preference. Striking the right balance between size, height, fabric, depth of the seat and padding for a best fit for you and your family’s comfort level and support is keyed. Choosing the right arms will also affect the comfortability if you are spending a lot of time lying on the sofa reading or napping.
Standard type SOFA
Sofa comes in many styles and sizes.
A 3-person sofa usually ranges from 86” to 96”.
A 2-person loveseat ranges from 60” to 70”
A standard size for chair 30” to a chair and a half which ranges from 45” to 55"
Sectionals come in a variety of sizes and shapes – L-shaped, U-shaped, with or without chaise, modular. They are perfect for hosting large gatherings, watching the big game or taking an afternoon nap. Modular sectional can be used in any combination to create your own seatings.
The most versatile, cozy, fun sofa and sectional. It can be arranged in any combination for unlimited activities in your great room. The individual piece can be easily moved around to create small or large conversation area.
Ada 3-Piece Sectional
Wyatt 2-Piece Sectional
Pearson 6PC Sectional
Sleeper sofas come in many sizes and forms. It ranges from pull-outs, convertible sofa, futons, daybeds. Nowadays, sleeper sofas are well-designed and offer a great solution for small spaces and overnight guests.
Convertible Sleeper Chair
Motion or reclining Sofa
Sit back and relax with a motion sofa. The motion sofa allows you to recline at your desired level. Some motion sofa features massage components, built-in fold down tables, cup holders and console for storage. So, Kick back and watch your favorite game with the utmost comfort.
Wesley Power Recliner
Maxwell Power Recliner
Tory Power Reclining Loveseat
Internal structure and
S-Shaped Coil Spring Base
S-shaped steel springs are connected to each other and stretched in a mountainous shape to prevent the sofa from sinking too far down when you sit down. Since the seat surface can be made thin, the sofa is lightweight and offers a good design.
Waving Belt Base
This is a belt of thin rubber coiled on a string and stretched on the frame of a sofa in a grid pattern. No creaking noise is generated and there is no risk of rust.
Memory Form Top
By far the most commonly used cushioning material. It has a hard chip foam on the bottom and a layer of soft, soft foam on the surface. There are also molded urethane foams that are formed by injecting raw materials into a mold to form a foam
Coil Spring Top
A spiral-shaped spring connected to a steel wire or other material. It has excellent cushioning properties and is stable when you sit down and change your posture. It is also used in bed mattresses because of its excellent durability.
Pocket Coil Spring Top
The resilient springs are individually wrapped in a pouch and are not connected. Each spring is wrapped in a bag and not connected to each other. The load is distributed and supported at different points so that it has a soft elasticity that follows the body. This material is often used for bed mattresses.
COlumn: Sofa comfort
We spend a relatively large amount of time on sofas, whether it's relaxing before bed or enjoying time with the family. If they're uncomfortable, they can cause stiffness in the shoulders, back pain and even physical fatigue. Comfort is a matter of personal preference and depends on the structure of the sofa, its size, height, surface materials and padding, as well as the person's physique. For example, the depth of the seat may be just right for the husband, but not for the wife. Also, if the height of the sofa is just right for your neck, it will support your head and prevent fatigue. In both cases, it is often easier to adjust the sofa with cushions and other items, so it is a good idea to try it out.