By Elayna Rousset. Sofa. Published at Sunday, November 26th, 2017 - 03:59:42 AM.
One of the key features of any home is the sofa and sofas are now big business. The range of sofas is vast interior designers have now got celebrity status and many of the large sofa manufactures are employing them to design sofas for their ranges. Consumers are demanding more choice than ever as they want to put their individual stamp on their home.
The fabric upholstery on a sofa often represents a significant proportion of its price, which is why it's not worth putting an expensive fabric on an inferior frame (the average sofa requires 15 to 18 yards of fabric). The choice of fabric or leather can greatly influence cost, durability, and even how soft the cushions feel (depending on the fabric's breath ability) as well as, of course, appearance.
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.
You should also find out how any sofa that you are considering has been sprung. Ideally, you should look for a sofa that uses proper springs, rather than pre-fabricated wire coil units, and you should avoid buying sofas that use what are known as zigzag springs, as they won't last as long.
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