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Sofa: An upholstered seat with a
back and side (arms) that is
designed to seat 3 or more
Loveseat: An upholstered seating
piece designed for two people.
It is similar to a Sofa in shape
and look, but smaller.
Armchairs: Accent chairs that
feature two arms.
Parson & Dining Chair: A
parson's chair is a type of
dining chair with a fully
upholstered seat and back,
without any gaps. Parson's
chairs generally do not have
arms. A side chair is a dining
chair without arms. An arm chair
is a dining chair with arms.
Wing Chair: A wing chair (also
known as wing-back chair) is an
easy chair or club chair with
"wings" mounted to the back of
the chair typically, but not
always, stretching down to the
Recliner: An armchair that
reclines when the occupant
lowers the chairs back and
raises its front.
Ottoman: A piece of furniture, a
padded, upholstered seat or
bench having neither back nor
arms, often used as a stool or
Daybed: Daybeds are used as beds
as well as for lounging,
reclining and seating in common
rooms. They are a cross between
chaise lounge, couch and a bed.
Bed: A bed usually consists of a
headboard, footboard and rails
on which a mattress rests to
Folding Chair: A light, portable
chair that folds flat, and can
be stored in a stack, row, or on
Chair And A Half: An upholstered
seating piece that's larger than
an armchair, but not as large as
Stool: A stool is a seat without
backs or arms.
Pillow: A large cushion support
for the head or other parts of
Futon: A usually cotton-filled
mattress used on the floor or in
a frame as a bed, couch, or
Whether your sofa is leather or upholstery, it's important to care for it regularly to keep it looking beautiful and clean. This guide can tell you what you can do on your own for upkeep and when you need a professional to step in.
Vacuuming, dusting, and conditioning will help your upholstery stay pristine. Check our spot cleaning tips to make sure you remove stains safely. Consider slipcovers for easy laundering or leather for spills.
A slipcover can be the start to a quick and easy makeover for an entire room by taking something old and making it new again. If you're considering whether to update your furniture or just slip on something new, this guide lets you know what's available and how to make slipcovers work best for you.
Rounded arm furnishings are the best pieces for slipcovers, though there are others available for uniquely shaped items like T-cushions. They may be available in separate pieces for each cushion or in one piece for the entire piece. Learn how to measure correctly and what kinds of fabrics will stand up to your needs.
Have you seen a beautiful dining chair but have no idea what kind it is? This guide provides some of the most popular styles of dining chairs so you can narrow down your search to those that work best in your home décor.
Traditional chairs are anything but boring, often with beautiful detailing at the back. Modern dining chairs have a spare look with fluid curves, unlike Mission or Shaker-style chairs that are all about clean lines. The upholstered Parsons chair can suit any room depending on the pattern and fabric. And the round, spindled Windsor chair is ideal in cottage and country décor styles.