sofa. Tuesday , June 13th , 2017 - 09:13:08 AM
Sofas are constructed from hardwood frame, held together with dowels, glue and screws. Traditionally, seat springs are hand-tied to a webbing base but, some sofas will have coiled springs attached to metal strips stretching from front to back of the frame. In a sprung-back design, S-shaped springs or serpentine springs are used. Back and arms if sprung add to the shape of the sofa. It has been an ongoing myth that the heavier the sofa, the chances of durability can continue over the ages.
1. 3100 - 2500 BC: Being the first ever idea of placing our haunches on something raised higher than the level of the earth, Stone boxes were used as sofas in the stone age. Those stone seats were generally placed near the fireplace and were sometimes covered with animal fur. Usually, the honorable members of the society were allowed to use those sofas then.
This is the most fun, and perhaps the most challenging part too. It is fun as, this is the part where you actually decide the color and design of your sectional sofa, and it is challenging because if you go wrong here, you might end up having a sofa that does not suit your living room. Look at your living room and visualize different types (round sofa, curved sofa, L-shaped sofa, etc.) of sectional sofas in your room, in different colors. You will eventually (after several discussions and arguments) understand what you really want in your living room.
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