sofa. Thursday , April 20th , 2017 - 14:13:11 PM
Other fabrics that may be used for sofas are cotton, wool, jute, and linen. These, however, are all high maintenance as they stain easily and are not capable of handling excess wear and tear. In most cases, it is best to consult with the dealer you are purchasing the sofa or the fabric from to help you decide what fabric is suitable for you. Also remember to get instructions on how to clean the fabric that you have chosen, and methods to protect it, so that it lasts as long as possible.
5.One behind the feature cushion: As you can see, we are enhancing the number of cushions in each step, well do the same here as well. This organisation is one step forward to what we did in the 3rd arrangement. We had two cushions per side, and one at the centre referred as the feature cushion. Add a cushion behind the latter if you find the back of it a little sparse. This cushion will be supporting the feature and fill the space elegantly.
5. 1680-1750 FRANCE: Available only to the British and the French upper classes, Louis XIV extended the idea of using padded-seat sofa sets to relish the taste of comfort. The canape sofa, could adequately accommodate two to three persons at a time and more than a symbol of status, this canape sofa was used as a basic utility and for decoration purposes too.
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