When it comes to hot interior trends, nothing is bigger right now then those contemporary sofa pieces that are built piece by piece and can be readily reassembled into any configuration or composition that you desire. Sometimes youll see interior designers label these unique products as sectional sofas but go online to another retailer and you will see a similar product labelled the modular sofa. So just what are the differences between modular and sectional sofas or are they simply two different names for the exact same product?.
With each different module constructed as if it were its own mini-sofa, with an independent frame, upholstery and top cover, theres a great deal of complexity to the manufacture of a modular/sectional sofa. This is particularly true when it comes to the construction of specialised segments such as chaise longue modules which are atypical in shape and form and thus need to be carefully planned out from a design and mass manufacture perspective. The end result is that this can often lead to a considerable increase in the associated costs of production making sectionals far more expensive to produce conventionally designed sofas, which is then passed onto the end user through the conduit of the recommended retail price.
The name will depend on the side of the sofa that tends to be longer. Before you plan to buy any sofa you need to note down the dimensions of the area where you are planning to designate it and then accordingly buy one piece that can efficiently utilize that space. The width, length, and height should be measured carefully. Corner sofas usually come in two or three pieces so getting them in through the door wont be an issue. But, if you plan to buy a sofa that cant be dismantled, then you need to ensure that the piece easily gets in through the doors of that room.
Aniline leather sofas are made from full grain leather and soaking it in a drum to dye the leather. The leather is then used to create the aniline sofa without any other treatments to alter the look of the leather. This makes it so the leather used for the sofa can breath. Over time and with proper care an aniline leather sofa will develop a patina. Any stains will be absorbed into the leather over a short time and will not be noticeable.
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