Modular sofas were found in nearly every basement in the 70s. Modular sofas consist of two long, pub-backed or toss-cushioned sections with one overstuffed, rolled arm and large, square cushions. Modular sofas offer numerous benefits that others do not; and make a sound investment which can elevate a room considerably. Modular sofas are ideal for large spaces with awkward corners or for clean, minimalist interiors in need of one definitive piece. Modular sofas are available in a variety of layouts and designs and can be tailored to accommodate your space. Modular sofas are usually upholstered in smooth fabrics and leathers which are easy to clean. This makes them ideal for homes with pets and children as they allow for easy maintenance.
Designed for comfort and style, they can accommodate many different accessories and are easy to pair with and complement other furnishings. In contrast, traditional sofas usually come in very specific and rigid designs which can be difficult to adapt to different interiors. Modular sofas can be purchased from a number of retailers, both on and offline. Many offer a bespoke service and can upholster your sofa in the fabric of your choice. Online furniture retailers frequently have stock clearance sales where you can grab a bargain designer sofa. These are worth looking out for if you desire a particularly high quality furniture piece but do not wish to spend a fortune. Local furniture retailers will also offer a variety of deals and discounts.