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Living Room Sofa Style Design

Couches are an indispensable piece of modern furniture in households. In addition to providing seating for guests, they can also be unfolded and used as beds. Modern sofas are generally stylish and contemporary, with a strong sense of modernity. Some people want to design their own couches, but they are not particularly familiar with the style and dimensions of couches. So, what are the design styles for living room couches?

Understanding the Design Styles of Living Room Sofas

Chinese-style sofas

Emphasize warmth in winter and coolness in summer, suitable for all seasons. Chinese-style sofas are characterized by the exposed solid wood frame. The upper sponge cushion can be replaced as needed. This flexible method makes Chinese-style living room sofas popular among many people: warm in winter, cool in summer, and convenient.

European-style sofas

Have clean lines and are suitable for modern homes. European-style sofas are characterized by modern style, elegant color, and clean lines, making them suitable for most families. These sofas have a wide range of applications and look good in various styles of living rooms. Light-colored sofas, such as white and beige, are currently popular.

American-style sofas

Emphasize comfort, making people feel as if they are gently embraced, but they take up more space. Currently, many living room sofas are made using a frame and different densities of sponge instead of springs. However, many traditional American-style sofas still use springs and sponge designs without compromising durability, making them very sturdy and durable.

Japanese-style sofas

Emphasize natural simplicity. The main feature of Japanese-style sofas is the fence-like wooden armrests and their compact design. Such sofas are most suitable for people who advocate a natural and simple home style. Small Japanese-style sofas reflect a strict attitude towards life. Therefore, Japanese-style sofas are often chosen for some office spaces.

Dimensions of Living Room Sofas

The width of a single-seater sofa should not be less than 48 centimeters. If it is smaller than this size, even if a person can squeeze into it, they will feel cramped. The depth of the seating area should be within the range of 48 to 60 centimeters. If it is too shallow, it will feel uncomfortable to sit; if it is too deep, the lower legs will not naturally hang down, and the calves will be compressed. The height of the seating area should be within the range of 36 to 42 centimeters. If it is too high, it will feel uncomfortable as if sitting on a chair; if it is too low, it will be difficult to sit down and stand up.

The height of the seating area for double or three-seater couches is the same as that for single-seater couches, and the width of the seating area varies accordingly. The seating area spacing for a three-seater sofa should be 45 to 48 centimeters per person. The seating area spacing for a two-seater sofa can be larger, generally around 50 centimeters, depending on the user's body size.