Sofas, or as some people call it couches or a davenport. They are long upholstered with both arms and a back. Nowadays, many homeowners opt for luxury, which is the today’s symbol for humans’ evolution. Sofas are the reason many people have evacuated the past and are living the present.
• Camel Back: Manufacturers designed and made the back of the sofa like a camel’s hump. It can be found in both styles, traditional and formal.
• Channel Back: They are deep vertical indentation set on a strong back.
• Curved Back: There are versatile back curves completely around. That is why it works as one solid piece along with the arms. Be mindful that they are attached together.
• Pillow Back: Seat cushions have fewer pillows than a pillow back sofa, which provides the sitter with sleeker feel. As expected, you feel the coziness of this style, which you can easily adapt it by placing the pillows around. However, it needs more maintenance.
• Tight Back: Although a compact back in a sofa is upholstered, cushions are not lost. The back offers a stable and definite feel. In addition, it offers a clean, formal and made-to-measure appearance.
• Waterfall Back: Sofa backs tend to have two or more vertical gathered and billowing cushions’ layers, which can be fasten and joined to the back.
• Deck: Deck is the layer, which is located below the seat cushions.
• Down-Proof Ticking: It is the interior cushion’s lining, which is usually firmly woven and supports tiny feathers in order to not move to the exterior of the cushion.
• Eight-Way hand Tied Springs: Springs are known to be attached to the next ones along with strong ropes that bring the front to back, side to side and crosswise in one and the other directions.
• Filling: Many manufacturers tend to use foam, down and padding to make the sofa more cozy and satisfying.
• Frame: Frame not only does define the sofa’s bones and shape, but also the quality.