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Aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing doesn’t au­to­mat­i­cally equate to com­fort­able, so choose wisely; your seat­ing should pro­vide sup­port for your pos­ture. Con­sider padded couches if you like feel­ing co­cooned – an ex­tra layer of fill­ing does the trick nicely.


Er­gonomic de­signs are all the rage in to­day’s aes­thet­ics. Look out for func­tional seat­ing that serves the pur­pose you have in mind. Con­sider a daybed if you’re fur­nish­ing a spare bed­room; you’ll be able to use it as a couch for read­ing, or as a guest bed when you have fam­ily over.

Space Con­straints

De­pend­ing on where the couch or arm­chair is meant to go, you’ll want to take the nec­es­sary mea­sure­ments be­fore head­ing into the shops. Oth­er­wise, you run the risk of bring­ing home a piece that’s ei­ther too large, or too small; nei­ther of th­ese sce­nar­ios is ideal.

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