FEEL­ING THE FUR­NI­TURE SQUEEZE

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Home - - DECORATE - Pic­ture Chris Warnes

Any­one who’s strug­gled to fit a lounge through their front door will know it’s worth tak­ing mea­sure­ments be­fore mak­ing a big sofa pur­chase.

But for peo­ple who rent and move house of­ten, that strug­gle to fit fur­ni­ture can re­oc­cur all too fre­quently.

“I would say for any­one buy­ing large so­fas, make sure you con­sider ac­cess points mov­ing for­ward,” says Libby from Coco Re­pub­lic.

“Buy­ing so­fas that are mod­u­lar or split is a good idea be­cause they’re so flex­i­ble.

“If the chaise or re­turn needs to be on a dif­fer­ent side in the next prop­erty or if you’re on level three and have lift ac­cess, a mod­u­lar or split sofa can move and change with your needs”

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