Grey sectional sofa – A grey sectional sofa or module is built in sections that can be grouped together or placed in the room. Grey sectional sofa has a larger seating area than ordinary sofas. When you select a U-shape or L-shape sectional doors or sectional pieces, it is important to measure the width and length of the available space in the room. Also be sure that the leg pieces can fit through doorways, hallways and stairs or elevators
The length of the wall or open area of the room where the leg is to be placed. Be sure to correctly register the lengths that will go to the left and right. For example, write down the wall on the right side of a corner has a length of 11 meters. Measure the width of the area where the leg is to be used. Remember that part of the leg will be spread out in the width of the area. A sleeper bed takes up space, as well as some parts of folding furniture. The seats of a grey sectional sofa drawing are usually wider than the average couch. Give space to sit and walk comfortably around the furniture.
Open a door that swings out of the room and measure the space it takes. Measure and record the height from the floor up to the edge of a window frame of the sectional will be against it. The sectional should be fixed under the frame, if possible. If the sectional is too high it will cover part of the window, blocking the light from the room. Measure all doorways, openings, stairs, corridors and openings lift that will be used to deliver parts of a grey sectional sofa to make sure that the furniture will be able to fit.