Sectional and ottoman – If you are in the market for a new sofa, you may want to weigh the pros and cons of both the average and standard sofa. Ultimately, space, lifestyle and personal taste dictate your ultimate choice. Both offer strengths and issues in terms of space arrangement flexibility of use, comfort and room design.
Sectional and ottoman can break up a very long, narrow space with its L, U or arch shapes. This also creates a small, cozy nook. They may work well for entertaining if one or more of the seats facing the other. However, a small sofa placed at right angles to the long walls to create a corner in a particularly narrow space that might not accommodate an incision.
While a sectional and ottoman can provide extra seating or lounge area, sofas usually offer more flexibility in terms of where to place it. A large ottoman can create an armchair when desired and tucked away when not in use. Some models offer hidden storage well.
Sectional and ottoman consists of many parts, and can be arranged in a room in different ways. Each piece is sold separately and can be purchased to match the configuration of your room. Area rugs are often in place for both decorative and functional purposes. How to decorate with a cut and an area rug depends on the layout of the room and the size of the sectional and area rug.