Sofa Published by Amina Nucci, Friday, December 01st 2017, 12:05:16 PM.
To lie, to sit, work, relax, read, talk on the phone or sleep: the multifunctional sofa. In the eighteenth century a sofa was also called ’causeuse’ (a room for two people where one could talk); now in the XXI century, maybe we should call the couch a way of life.
In a place where space is limited, you may prefer a lovely sofa that can also be turned into a bed. These are called sofa beds and are as popular as the normal, everyday sofa.
Modern sofa beds are made using many of the traditional techniques used for regular sofas. Frames are now made from durable hardwood as a standard for most of the sofas. The padding is thick to provide support to the users. And, the springs in many of these sofas has been replaced with memory foam. In sofas with springs, the springs are padded with protectant and have extra padding in the cushion to protect against damage.
Smaller living spaces and increased demand have caused sofa manufacturers to focus more attention on the styles and designs of sofa beds. The sofas being designed today are very different from the traditional design that many people were accustomed to seeing many years ago.
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