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Numerous people these days use 'sofa' and 'couch' interchangeably, but there exist some fundamental differences between them. In the olden days, for starters, couches were used to lie down upon, whereas sofas were only meant to seat people. Even today, couches are designed without armrests and seat fewer people, as against sofas which have armrests and are bigger.
Rayon Blends: When blended with other fabrics such as cotton, wool, or silk, rayon is soft, durable, and comfortable. It is also mildew and fade resistant. It is however, not a great choice for a sofa exposed to excess wear and tear, as it will start looking worn out in a shorter period.
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