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The sofa is the one piece of furniture that has the capacity to define the style of a particular living area. A sofa might be utilitarian or whimsical, period or contemporary, single or sectional, and come in a variety of forms and uses. The sofa, as a signature object, determines the space in which it resides in each case.
Chesterfield currently refers to couches that are comfy, usually upholstered in quilted leather, and have a buttoned back, as well as a piece of furniture commissioned by the Fourth Earl of Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope. The term currently refers to couches with some or all of these features, as well as over-stuffing and rolled arms. Its general appeal — and, as Ralph Lauren put it, “casual grandeur” — are part of its charm. The Chesterfield’s classic style and international appeal make it a versatile and acceptable sofa for a wide range of environments.