By Elayna Rousset. Sofa. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 10:02:17 AM.
The frame should be glued and screwed together rather than stapled, and you should check to make sure that the frame meets or exceeds the relevant British Standards before buying a sofa.
When choosing a new sofa, make sure that you pick one with a sturdy, well-constructed frame. Sofa frames can be made from wood or metal, but the highest quality and most durable sofa frames are made from hard wood, such as beech. Some sofa frames are made from a combination of beech and softer woods so that certain parts of them have more give, and some people may find these types of sofa more comfortable. Although they may be cheap, avoid buying sofas with frames made from low-quality materials, such as chipboard or plywood, as they won't last as long and so won't be cost-effective in the long term.
You should also check on the upholstery when you are planning on purchasing modern sofas. There are various selections of materials you can choose from. These can be leather, fabric or suede. The materials also determine the price. The quality of each material also affects the size and shape of the finished product.
The best frames are solid, densely grained, knot-free hardwood (such as rock maple, oak, poplar, alder, ash, birch), which has been kiln-dried, a process which removes the moisture to help prevent warping, twisting, and cracking.
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