Sofas are common furniture in modern homes. When people […]
Sofas are common furniture in modern homes. When people choose sofas, they need to consider their materials, and at the same time, they need to pay attention to related issues, such as comfort and details. How to choose a sofa
What are the materials of the sofa
1. Pure cotton
The characteristic of this material is that it is relatively soft, and many people choose this kind of cotton clothes to wear in life. Relatively speaking, this kind of sofa is also relatively comfortable, it is delicate and breathable to the touch, and it is more comfortable to sit on. A sofa made of various materials can be used as a bed and has many functions.
2. Solid wood
This material is suitable for pastoral and retro styles. It is more particular in terms of craftsmanship and design. The effect of different woods is also different. The difference is still relatively large, and the decoration is relatively strong. It is a cost-effective Sofa, but it will be troublesome to maintain, you can choose according to your own economy.
3. Linen material
This kind of fabric is mainly made of cloth, which has good plasticity and can be customized according to the style of the sofa. Relatively speaking, it does not cost too much to make. The price is economical and has good thermal conductivity. It also has the effect of being warm in winter and cool in summer, making it a better choice for families.
4. Leather sofa
This kind of material is an important and common one. It is suitable for Western-style decoration. It is a relatively expensive material. However, a sofa of this kind of material can improve the grade of the home. If the economic conditions are okay, it is very important to choose this material. Not bad.
How to choose a sofa
1. Look at the frame of the sofa
As a large piece of sofa, the frame structure should be firm. When checking, shake the whole sofa back and forth, left and right, and shake it repeatedly with both hands. If it feels good, it means that the frame is firm. Then you can look at the part below the base fabric, and there must be no decay, moth, scars, burrs, etc.
2. Look at the comfort of the sofa
A sofa is an object used to sit or lie down. Sometimes the role is a chair, and sometimes the role is a bed. Therefore, when buying a sofa, it is best to sit on the spot and feel the softness and hardness. Sitting on a sofa that is too hard will cause muscle soreness, while a sofa that is too soft will feel like the whole person is stuck in it, which is uncomfortable after sitting for a long time. In addition, the height of the sofa also needs to be referred to, which generally matches the height of the coffee table in front of the sofa.
3. Look at the cushion
Nowadays, the bottom surface of high-end sofa seat and back is mostly made of nylon belt and snake spring cross mesh structure, and the top is layered with high-elastic foam, sprayed cotton and light foam. This cushion has good rebound and a comfortable sitting feeling. Most mid-range sofas use glue-pressed fiberboard as the seat and the back of the bottom plate, and layered with medium-density foam and sprayed cotton.
4. Look at the details
For example, the seat and back cover of a fabric sofa should be a looper structure to facilitate cleaning; whether the warp and weft lines of the fabric are fine and smooth, without jumping wires, no exposed joints, and whether the hand feels tense, etc. Leather sofas can't have a great smell, which means that the quality of the leather is not good enough, and it is very likely to be artificial leather. The size, style and color of the sofa should match the entire room. The brand of the sofa should be selected as large as possible, so that the after-sales service is more guaranteed and so on.
It can be seen that when purchasing a sofa, you need to pay attention to relevant factors, such as the sofa frame. When checking, shake the whole sofa back and forth, left and right, and shake it repeatedly with both hands. If it feels good, it means that the frame is firm. Then you can look at the part below the base fabric, and there must be no decay, moth, scars, burrs, etc.