Looking for the right furniture for lounging, sitting or even snoozing? Well, let’s just say you can put your worries at bay. We’ve got all the alternatives right here!
Let’s begin with a Settee! A settee is a small sofa with two arms and a back, it usually seats two and is more upright and slender than a typical sofa. Unlike most sofas, a settee can be easily placed in an entryway, in a bedroom or even pulled up to the dining table.
Deprecated: Function _register_controls is deprecated since version 3.1.0! Use Elementor\Controls_Stack::register_controls() instead. in /var/www/vhosts/russetstudio.com/httpdocs/wp-includes/functions.php on line 5383
A settee with space between the back and the seating, like the one below can also be called a bench. Another interesting non bulky accent furniture option that can be used especially in small spaces.
Coming from the French term “Chaise”, meaning “long chair” is an upholstered seat for one and is meant for reclining. It’s like a chair and foot stool combined in one. Some chaises are designed and contoured in such a way that makes it even more tempting to lie back and relax in.
A Divan originating from Persia has a tufted mattress like seat either directly placed on the floor or over a wooden frame. Another characteristic of a divan is that it doesn’t have a back and is mostly pushed against a wall with cushions and bolsters piled.
Daybeds are very similar to divans but unlike divans they have backs and can be positioned anywhere. You may use the daybed as a couch during the day and, when it’s cleared of extra pillows, as a bed at night.