Chesterfield Sofa: Sofa of the European Royalty
This is a lavish sofa design, which was popularised by the Duke of Chesterfield around the early eighteenth century. Since then, it is adorning palaces and royal abodes.
Since, in this sofa, the armrests and the backrests are of the same height so, this sofa can be easily spotted by the distinctive design.
Note: The armrests can be either rolled-type or straight.
The fabric is in the deep buttoned tufted pattern. The cushion seats are large enough to provide extra comfort.
Multi-Utility Sofa cum Beds
As the name suggests, it is a multi-utility furniture which can be used both as a sofa and a bed. It is available in both wooden as well as upholstery fabric options.
A small sleeping compartment can be drawn out from the cushion box. In some other types, the sofa can be unfolded to turn it into a sleeping bed.
Fold-able Sleeping Futons
The word ‘Futon’ was traditionally used in Japan for a fold-able mattress, which could be used for seating after folding.
In the west, the term is now used for a folding bed. Futons are simple sofa designs that can be unfolded to make a bed. So, this makes it a particular kind of sofa-bed.
These are upholstered sofa options with tuft-patterned upholstery.
Sleek and Chic Chaise Lounges
This sofa gives a contemporary regal look and is a perfect fit for the modern interiors. A chaise can also be used in bedrooms. It may or may not have a back and armrest-or it may have a single arm and a half backrest.
This is an upholstered sofa, which is also available in deep buttoned and tufted pattern.
Sectional Sofas: Arrange your Imagination
These sofas have multiple separated sections, which can be arranged in different positions, according to personal needs. These can be arranged to give a U-shape or L-shape to the sofa.
Some of the sections may not have a back or armrests-such sections are called Ottoman sections. These type of sofas are generally available only in fabric options.