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2,3 seater sofas

Though for some reason, many people tend to neglect the subject of sofas when furnishing their new house or apartment, it actually is one of the vital pieces of furniture in most households. After all, you probably spend a lot of time in your living room, watching TV, reading, taking a nap, bonding with family and friends, eating, or even working. As such, buying a sofa shouldn't be a decision taken lightly.

Due to their functionality and versatility, 2 seater sofas and 3 seater sofas have been among the traditional, most popular choices for decades, and they won't go out of style anytime soon. If you think this might be something for you, browse through our wide selection of 2 and 3 seater sofas - you can be certain you will find the one!

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What To Consider When Choosing a Sofa?

In order to choose the perfect 2 seater sofa or 3 seater sofa for your needs, you need to consider the following factors:

  • Personal Preferences

There are many different options available. Do you like light colours or dark colours? Neutral colours or bold patterns? Soft or firm cushions? These are all things that should be considered before making your final decision.

  • Style

Do you want a classic, elegant piece that will match any type of decor? Or do you prefer a contemporary design that will add a unique touch to your living room? What about the colour? Neutral colours tend to be more versatile and easier to go with any type of decor or style.

  • Family and friends' taste

This is something that can be either taken into consideration or completely ignored. If you have a large family - perhaps with children - who might spill drinks on the sofa from time to time, you might want to choose a fabric that is easy to clean. What about pets - do you have any? Perhaps you should opt for leather sofas. Are your friends all fashionistas? Perhaps an upholstered sofa would be a perfect choice. As you can see, this is something that depends entirely on your personal preferences, too.

  • Budget

2 seater sofas and 3 seater sofas can vary greatly in price. Of course, this is something all of us would like to avoid thinking about when buying new furniture for our home. However, it is always best to set aside some money for any future expenses - especially if they are related to furniture (such as repairs).

  • Lifestyle

This is something that can play an important role when making your decision. For instance, if you work from home, then you might want to choose an upholstered sofa that allows you to easily move around while working on your laptop or PC. On the other hand, if you have children who spend most of their time playing video games in the living room, then perhaps an armchair would be better suited for your needs.

Fabric Sofa - Which Material Should You Choose?

  • A velvet sofa -  a classic, luxurious sofa fabric

Velvet is a very popular option for sofa upholstery, due to its rich texture and luxurious look. It comes in many different colours, patterns, and styles - from more restrained, classic looks to bolder, more modern ones. Velvet is very durable, but it requires special cleaning (dry cleaning recommended).

  • A microfiber or faux leather sofa -  modern, flexible sofa fabric

Microfiber is another popular choice for sofa upholstery. Its texture is very soft and it feels somewhat like real leather making it feel elegant and stylish. Microfiber is resistant to abrasion, water, and even stains - it's also very easy to clean. It does not require special care, though it might fade with time.

  • A cotton sofa -  a casual, comfortable sofa fabric

Cotton is a great option for summer sofas - it's lightweight, breathable, and has a nice texture. It also comes in many colours and patterns, making it suitable for most decors. Cotton is very comfortable to sit on, but it tends to wrinkle easily. As such, it is best used on sofas that will be assembled permanently (sofas beds are an excellent choice), or on outdoor sofas where appearance is not as crucial.

  • A linen sofa -  a casual, comfortable sofa fabric

Linen is one of the most traditional upholstery materials. It comes in different textures, colours, and patterns. It wrinkles easily, but it's also easy to clean - you can even wash linen upholstery with cold water!

  • A leather sofa -  a luxurious, durable sofa fabric

Leather is one of the most versatile materials for sofas - it's comfortable to sit on, soft but supportive. It is also easy to clean and maintain. However, leather sofas are usually more expensive than other options. They are also suitable for traditional or modern designs.

  • A synthetic suede sofa - a luxurious, soft sofa fabric

Synthetic suede is an amazing alternative to real suede. It is often available in bolder colours, patterns, and textures. It is very soft, but it does not require special care - just easy vacuuming.

2 Seater Sofa or 3 Seater Sofa? - Determine the Size You Need

Seating arrangements determine how many people a sofa should seat comfortably. If you have a small living room, a 2 seater sofa will probably be enough. However, if you have a larger living room, or if you entertain guests often, you might want to opt for a 3 seater sofa instead - it will be more comfortable and practical; plus, it will simply look better than a small piece of furniture in a big room.

Bear in mind that not all 2 or 3 seater sofas are the same in size, so make sure to measure the available space and your chosen piece of furniture.

Choose a Sofa Style and Type

  • A sofa bed - the ultimate versatility

A sofa bed may be just what you need if you frequently have guests over and don't want them sleeping on the floor. It is a great way to easily accommodate people - you can simply pull out the sofa bed and let them sleep comfortably!

  • A loveseat sofa - a small sofa with armrests

This type of sofa is usually smaller than other 2 seater sofas and designed for one or two people. It has armrests, which many smaller pieces of furniture do not have. Loveseats are often used as accent pieces in combination with larger pieces of furniture or those that take up more space. For example, you could use a loveseat along with a chair and a coffee table to create a cosy reading corner.

  • An armless sofa - modern and contemporary designs

If you want a more modern feel, or simply want to try something new, consider armless sofas - they are very simple and minimalist, and will certainly bring a fresh look to your room.

  • A sectional sofa - a great space saver

A sectional sofa is a large sofa that can also be separated into many smaller pieces, giving you the possibility to create a different look every time. They are very versatile and you can easily adjust them to suit your current needs.

Sofa Bases - Which Material Should You Choose?

  • A wooden sofa base  - a classic, elegant option  

Wooden sofas are among the most traditional options available. They are beautiful, sturdy, and quite comfortable to sit on. Wooden sofas are usually made of hardwood - their prices vary depending on the wood used.

  • An aluminium sofa base  - an affordable, modern option  

Aluminium sofasare very light, which makes them excellent choices for outdoor use. They are also highly durable. Maintenance of aluminium sofas is very easy - they need either a damp cloth or some furniture polish to bring out their shine and lustre.

  • A plastic sofa base  - a low-cost, modern option  

Plastic sofas are often very cheap - they are among the least expensive options available. They are also easy to assemble and move around. Plastic sofas are usually made of PVC plastic. They tend to be less sturdy than other types of sofas and depreciate quickly.

  • A steel sofa base - a modern, sturdy option

Steel sofas are very sturdy and durable - they can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Their weight makes them more difficult to transport than other types of sofas, but they also lack the risk of damage that comes with moving them around.