By Elayna Rousset. Sofa. Published at Sunday, November 26th, 2017 - 03:59:42 AM.
In many cases if a person knows the style of sofas they want, and the location where it will be place, a professional can offer advice on the best material for the sofa. These individuals know how durable a fabric is and which type of investment should be made for a sofa to stay in a beautiful and usable condition for several years.
The main rectangular frame should be formed using thick solid wooden beams, joined at each corner with mortise and tenon joints. Dowel-reinforced butt joints will eventually come apart, and dovetails joints are unsuitable for this type of thick framework. The wood has to be thick for two reasons: a) it must hold the weight of those sitting on the sofa, and b) it must offer a strong base for tacking on the webbing holding the springs and the covers.
As leather is a natural skin, it is flexible and can be stretched, only to return to its original shape. The main advantage of a leather sofa is that its seats seldom feel sticky like other synthetic materials, making it pleasurable for anyone, any day. It is also resistant to fire, tearing and cracking. Additionally, leather is a material that breathes, so the leather sofa feels cool in the summer and retains warmth in the winter.
The real secret to a sofa's comfort is not the springs, it's the cushions. the cushions must be fluffed up after each sitting to maintain their shape and appearance's series of springs, like a small Marshall unit, is encased inside a "box" of high-density foam.
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