Triple Chaise Sofa

Triple chaise sofa – Choosing the right sectional is in fact pretty simple. There are three sectional shapes: The U-shape, the L-shape and the Semi-circular shape. So the first step is deciding which configuration is perfect for your lifestyle. The best way to figure this out is to draw a floor plan. Draw your room to scale, then cut some squares at the right scale and experiment with different combinations. Maybe one side of the sectional needs to be longer because you have the wall space and want the extra seating.

If you are working with a small area, you may only be able to do a chaise and flat sofa combo rather than a sofa and extra armchairs. Larger spaces allow for an entire pit set, which is a excellent choice to accommodate your family when figuring out seats for your living room or finished basement.

Think about the traffic pattern of your room. A chaise sounds great, but if it’s on the incorrect side, it could be more of an annoyance when you need to always walk around it. A good rule of thumb is to place the chaise on the side with the least amount of traffic. Note: When a piece is labeled as right arm facing (RAF), it means the arm is on your right as you’re looking at it. If a bit is labeled as left arm facing (LAF), the arm is on your left as you are looking at it. Once you’ve decided on your configuration, make sure that the dimensions are correct. Now, Take a look below the image of triple chaise sofa.


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