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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.
A love seat is a small chair, sofa, or lounge that is designed to accommodate two people. Love seats first appeared in the 17th and 18th centuries as broad chairs built to accommodate the size of women’s skirts at the time rather than courtship rituals.
A modular sofa is a sectional sofa. It usually consists of at least two pieces that can be placed in a variety of ways. A sectional couch frequently includes the option of choosing between left and right arm positions, as well as two or no arms.