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6 Things to Keep in Mind Before Buying a Sofa - Checklist

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Thinking about buying a sofa? I created a checklist that you can use when buying a sofa. This checklist will surely save you time and money!

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6 Things to Keep in Mind Before Buying a Sofa - Checklist

  1. 1. 6 Things to Know Before  Buying a Sofa by MYDECORATINGTIPS.COM Marina Klima Checklist
  2. 2. Before you buy a sofa: MYDECORATINGTIPS.COM Start with a room floor plan. Browse online for styles and sizes. Know the quality of what’s inside your sofa. Find the right upholstery fabric that lasts. Take a measuring tape and write down all the dimensions of your room as well as locations of doors and windows. Don’t forget to show the way the doors open, i.e. to the right or the left. When you have a piece of paper with the floor plan of your room, you can browse online. Notice sizes of the sofas and how they fit in your floor plan.  Rule of thumb: 100% cotton will fade and wear out quicker. Look for a combination of fibers. The combination fabric, e.g.: 46% polyester, 36% rayon, 18% acrylic will have a longer life. Learn about the construction first. A hardwood frame will last longer than pine lumber. Springs are placed for better support and durability. It can be the eight-way construction or sinuous construction. Create criteria for your sofa. It will have the minimum and maximum width of the couch according to your room dimensions as well as height, desired hardwood, cushions density, spring construction, fabric and legs options. Keep this information with you and start comparative shopping. Get specific manufacturer’s warranty. Most reputable furniture manufacturers have a warranty. Usually, they are two years for upholstery fabric and four to five years on the frame.

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