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There’s style in sofas! some design sofas that you’re bound to adore!

There’s style in sofas! some design sofas that you’re bound to adore!

Did you know that there are more than twenty types of design sofas that you can find in even your nearest furniture stores? Yes, I love sofas. And anyone who has even the slightest regard for comfort loves them too. So, here I am, to let you know of different design sofas that you can choose from and make a perfect living room. Some of them are so uniquely beautiful, it’s adorable!


The most casual and comfortable sofa there is. It won’t be the most remarkable piece of furniture in the room, of course, but if you’re looking for something traditional, this might be the perfect choice for you. The arms of the Bridgewater sofa are rolled slightly to the side and are lower than the back. It would generally speak to anyone who loves comfort.


It is quite similar to the Bridgewater. The general differences arise in the toughness of the upholstery and the lower arms. Some of these have arms so low, that they can be confused for armless sofas. This sofa is decently cushioned over and would again, speak to anyone with a traditional mind.


Famous for its quilted style, the Chesterfield sofa only has the tufted design on the sofa back and the sofa arms. The seating bench is generally plain. The Chesterfield is one of the most popular design sofas nowadays.


A settee is a wide chair. These aren’t very popular, but if you like to have a huge chair like sofa that makes you feel like a king on a throne, this one is for you. Even I own one of these. Generally plain but comfortable, the settee sofa is like a wide dining room chair with arms. It has a somewhat royal feel to it as well.

There you go! Those are some of my favourite design sofas! They would sit well in any decent dining room, and aren’t very hefty to purchase. So have you decided on your favourite one and picked out one of these design sofas yet?

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