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At ScS, we have an extensive list of corner sofas with both Fabric and Leather options available as well as corner sofas which give you extra storage.
The right corner sofa is out there for any room size.
Why not pick a Chaise sofa for smaller rooms, or go for a Corner Group sofa if you’ve got the space?
Choosing a corner or L-shaped sofa can increase seating in a small space, especially if you play around with interchanging sections if it is a sectional sofa as described below.
Some of our sofas are modular and can be split into separate parts and rearranged into a different order. This means you can experiment with different layouts and not be restricted to the length of the corner on the sofa. Check the product description on the website to see if a sofa comes apart, or ask a member of staff in the store if you are still not sure.
Yes! You can frame your window by placing a low-backed corner sofa close by, drawing everyone’s eyes to your new sofa and stunning view. Even better still, enjoy the natural light as you relax on the couch to read a book or watch TV.
If space allows, just edge the sofa slightly away from the window to allow a little breathing space for your furniture.
You can place a sofa in front of the radiator if it is pulled away a few inches, just like the window placement. This will allow a channel for heat to rise up and enter the whole room.
If you can, place your sofa elsewhere entirely to allow for more efficient heating.
Chaise Sofas (the slightly extended 2-seater sofas) are available as LHF (Left Hand Facing) and RHF (Right Hand Facing) sofas. This refers to the side on which the Chaise (the long bit of the Sofa) appears when you in front of it. A left-hand Sofa means the Chaise (long part) of the sofa is on the left-hand side of the sofa, if you were stood looking at it, and vice versa for a right-hand sofa.
A Corner Group sofa on the other hand has arms both ends of the sofa and works better in a large living room. For a corner-sofa, it is important to understand the ‘2 corner 1’ or ‘1 corner 2’ etc. This phrase i indicates how many seats are before the corner and how many seats are after the corner.
Once you have decided on the style of corner sofa you want, it is important to ensure your measurements for the sofa are as accurate as possible. A wide deep sofa may sound luxurious, but if it doesn’t fit into your living room then it’s time to start again.
When measuring for your sofa, it is important to measure the spot where the sofa is going to go, ensuring there is enough legroom between your sofa and other pieces of furniture in the room.
When you view any sofa on our website, you’ll find a breakdown of all the dimensions you will need including height (A), width (B), depth (C), seat height (E), seat depth (F), and arm height (G). Make sure to measure up your new sofa to ensure the one you love will fit into your home.Taking measurements for your new sofa doesn’t just stop at the space for the sofa, measuring the widths and heights of the doors and any hallways will also make the delivery process run a lot more smoothly. If there are any obstacles or tight areas, make sure to let our delivery team know in advance so we can arrive fully prepared.
In order to really maintain your sofa and home, you should give it a deep clean at least once a year. This will keep your sofa clean, fresh and also much more durable, lasting much longer. If stains and other soils are left untreated for a long period of time, this can lead to damage to the fibres of the sofa.
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