Modular sofa – Called the conversation mines at the time was modular sofas found in nearly every basement in the ’70s. Modular sofas consists of two long, pub-backed or throw-cushioned sections with a crowded, rolled arm and big square pillows.
Cut 6-inch storage timber into four 6-meter lengths and four fourth-feet lengths. Connect two bed box frames by placing two lengths of 1-inch-by-6-inch-by-6-meter storage timber in two lengths of 1-inch-by-6-inch-by-4-foot storage timber. Attach sides and back with 1 1/2-inch-long-by-1/4-inch diameter brass wood screws every 2 inches begins at the bottom front corner, through every page and into the back and the front. Place one position in every corner of box. Drill 1/8-inch diameter pilot holes at a 45 degree angle with the post and into the modular sofa frame. Safe to use 4,5-inch long, 1/4-inch diameter brass wood screws.
Turn every modular sofa frame right side up on his legs. Space bed springs every 2 to 3 inches across the frame. Attach bed spring sets use 3/4-inch long by 1/4-inch diameter screws. Do the seat cushions of 12 pieces of 3-by-4-feet-by-6-inch foam by covering them with upholstery in additional or contrasting colors. You need a 15 1/2-feet-by-5-feet sheets of fabric for each seat cushion. Place the fabric beautiful down. Make a 3-inch wide lanes in each short end of the fabric. Iron each fold flat. Stitch across the open side of each fold about 1/4 inch from the edge. Make a second row of stitches 1/4 inch from the first stitch that goes closer to the fold. Fold the fabric over one of the seat cushions, so the two double stitching are touching. Fold the fabric along each side, as if to a Christmas package and hand sew the side seams in place.