Choosing living room sofas is not the same sort of task as choosing dining room furniture or bedroom furniture. The fundamental reason for this is that people tend to purchase sofas individually, while bedroom and dining room furniture tend to be purchased in sets - so they match!
Maybe a loveseat would be appropriate - if you are a single guy looking for something more intimate to offer than two single chairs. This is no more than a two-seater sofa (the smaller the better). There are other options that are covered by the term 'sofa', but you get the idea. In fact, you will likely already know what you are looking for once you have made the decision to buy a living room sofa.
The style of your sofa should complement the style of your house and your existing furniture. It should also function in a way that suits your lifestyle and functions for you. Buying a low-line, sleek sofa that looks great in the showroom amongst contemporary furniture is great if you have a modern home. But if you really prefer a comfy, cushioned seat that you can sink into, keep looking for the one that will suit you and your home. For configurations, will a simple 2 or 3 seater work in your space or can it take a larger corner or chaise lounge? Do you move house regularly? Chaise lounges are a great solution for many modern apartments, but if you move around a lot, the chaise is fixed on that side, so it may not work in your next home, a 3 seater & an ottoman would be a better choice. It's best to decide before hitting the shops and being swayed by what's on display. In most cases, every sofa design is available in a range of various sizes and configurations to suit your needs.
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