05 Styles Of Sofas & Couches Explained

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05 Styles Of Sofas & Couches Explained

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Chesterfield The chesterfield sofa is known for its “quilted” or “tufted” style. Some have the tufted design on only the back and arms while others include it on the seating bench section as well. It continues to be a popular style with current sofa trends.

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Mid-century Modern This style of sofa is all about minimalist design and clean lines. There are many varieties of this style of sofa. It’s designed to look good and be comfortable – the result is it’s not the most comfortable furniture, but in coupled with the right home design, it can look fabulous.

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Bridgewater While the bridgewater design fits in most room designs, it’s seldom going to be the standout feature of the room. If you want traditional and reasonably comfortable in a sofa, consider the bridgewater style. It’s still a staple sofa style today but it’s not nearly as popular as it once was.

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Camel back This type of sofa is also recognized for exposed wood legs as well as frequently exposed wood on top of the back and arms (although not always). While a classic design, you can buy contemporary camel back sofa designs (that are a more comfortable than the antique featured here).

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Cabriole Some designs include ornate elements to them such as the sofa featured here; however, more often (and especially contemporary cabriole sofas) substitute ornate for more comfortable features such as more cushion throughout (especially the seated portion of the sofa).

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