Microfiber Corner Sofas – The Different Styles

Corner sofas are one of the most demanded types of sofas because they are extremely space efficient. Corner sofas offer a great alternative if you need additional seating room but are short of space. They could easily be adapted You can arrange your corner sofa to fit basically any room, especially lobbies and other small rooms.

Before buying a microfiber corner sofa you should start by measuring the largest piece of the set as well as the dimension of the corner where the couch is to be placed in. Their compact design often make these sofas appear far smaller than what they really are.

There are several styles of corner sofas available, including:

Corner Sofa Beds
Corner sofa beds are great types of sofas because of their extreme space efficiency. Corner sofa beds can be easily attached to other pieces of furniture to make an extra bed whenever needed. A corner sofa bed is especially suited for small rooms where it emulates the feeling of a lot of free space.

The L shape Corner sofa
The L shape corner sofa can help to give your living room an elegant look while providing you with great comfort, style and grace at the same time. L shaped sofas can fit perfectly into the corner of a room and therefor are often referred to as corner sofas, accentuating the charm and enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any living room.

Armless corner sofas.
The great thing about armless corner sofas is that they can be combined with other sofas to create an even greater sectional sofa with additional seating.

You might also find it convenient to group sofas by the style of their backs. You will find that all sofas can be grouped into four back-style categories:

Tight Back
Tight back sofas have the firmest seat as their sprung backs have no pillows for you to sink into and you tend to sit upright in these sofas. Tight back sofas stay neat looking because they have no back pillows to straighten.

Attached Pillow Back
They offer softer seats but still maintains a neat and tidy look with their pillows that are sewn onto the inside back of the sofa, preventing them from shifting around.

Loose Pillow Back
The seating comfort is moderately firm but, as with all styles, will vary based on the depth of the sofa and the quality of the filling in the cushions. Loose Pillow Back sofas usually have the same number of back and seat cushions, allowing for fabric matching of stripes and plaids. In this case the back pillows are reversible and can usually be unzipped for re-stuffing.

Multi Pillow Back or Scatter Back corner sofas
Multi Pillow Back sofas, also called Scatter Back sofas, have more back pillows than seat pillows. These sofas tend to sit softly and are often deeper than other designs. The back pillows can be arranged to accommodate people of varying heights. The pillows are tossed randomly across the back for a more casual look.

Other choices of a primarily decorative nature include the base and arm designs. Base treatments include skirted, upholstered leg, plinth base and bun feet.

After choosing the style of the corner sofa, a fabric must be chosen. Here you are advised to carefully consider the manner in which the sofa is to be used, as the cost of reupholstering a sofa is close to that of a new one. Microfiber is the best choice for any person with pets or children in their homes because microfiber fabrics are usually more stain-resistant and easier to clean and has a higher resistance to abrasion if you tend to get a lot of use out of the corner sofa you have chosen.