recliner. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 20:35:20 PM
Most vintage sofas have aged wooden frames, and if you are buying a used one, you must check its sturdiness. Now, sitting on the sofa and getting up is not enough. Regular use demands much more from a vintage sofa, so maybe, you should apply some more weight on it and see. It should be able to withstand use by you, your kids, your guests, and anyone else who wishes to grace it. Check for cracks in joints, make sure it isn't wobbly, and inspect it thoroughly. Also, look at the legs of the sofa. Sometimes, legs don't match because they have been replaced. While the match may be close and not very noticeable, ensure that you factor this detail into the costing of the sofa. Finally, check for tiny holes in the frame, which are indicative of a woodworm infestation. If you spot these, flee!
One of the things you may want to keep in mind is that since the space you have at your disposal is limited, it will help to scale down all your furniture choices proportionately. By doing this, you won't have different pieces in your room which vary hugely in size. This can help you eliminate clutter in what was already a small space to begin with.
The mid-century modern may sound complicated, but has an equally simple design. It's a low-rise sofa with no fancy embellishments, and comes in muted colors. Throw on a few bright pillows, and it really livens things up in the room.
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