Create a comfortable living area with plenty of seating with small sectionals. An apartment or small home doesn’t mean you can’t have plenty of couch space. With small furniture, you can make the most of your room’s layout.
By turning the corner, a small sectional makes sure no space goes unused. Instead of an awkward corner that is too small for a side table but too big to be unnoticed, a sectional turns the whole area into seating. Push a sectional against a corner wall for plenty of seating that doesn’t take up much space or leave one side of the sectional open to divide a large room into two separate spaces. Not sure what color you want to use? Small sectionals look great in pristine white with other neutrals or they look great as a centerpiece in red, orange, or another bright color. Sage green and yellow are two milder colors that can add plenty personality to a room as well. Want a sophisticated look? A charcoal gray couch is stunning while a black couch is a classic choice.
Material is another consideration for a small couch. A microfiber couch has the soft look of suede while remaining easy to maintain while a leather couch is a great choice for a long-lasting style. A fabric couch with a linen texture is also a great choice, especially when chosen in a neutral color like gray or tan. As far as colors go, leather, suede, or microfiber looks great in a variety of colors from red to brown. Brown, cream, and tan are always wise choices as these colors tend to match every other color and almost every theme or design.
Choose the shape and style couch that fits your space and matches your color scheme with small couches as well. An L-shaped couch has a longer side and a shorter side, meaning it can fit more people in about the same space as a regular three-person couch. The corner piece often ends as a chaise lounge. In several designs, the chaise lounge can also be moved to be an ottoman for the rest of the couch.
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