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Chike's & Son Automotive
(302) 674-4896
108 Omni Rd
Dover, DE
 
Tri State Furniture Service
(302) 674-8935
747 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE
 
Furniture & More! Galleries
(302) 674-4006
1380 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE
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Custom Ordering, Delivery, Fabric/Leather Protection, In Stock Availability, In-Store Pick-up, Third Party Financing
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Furniture City
(302) 697-3277
1532 E Lebanon Rd
Dover, DE
 
Bay Shore Antique Refinishing
(302) 734-9370
1768 Kitts Hummock Rd
Dover, DE
 
Tyndall's Casual Furniture
(302) 346-4600
RR 13
Dover, DE
 
Johnny Janosik
(302) 697-7799
2230 S DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE
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Custom Ordering, Decorating/Design Services, Delivery, Fabric/Leather Protection, In Stock Availability, In Store Financing, In-Store Pick-up, Professional Interior Design Services, Reupholster Services, Same Day/Next Day Delivery, Touch Up and Repair Service, White Glove Delivery
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Carl's Auto Trim & Glass Shop
(302) 734-5347
717 Maxwell St
Dover, DE
 
Tidbury Creek Woodworks
(302) 698-1400
2403 S State St
Dover, DE
 
Bromley's Upholstery Custom Draperie
(302) 698-3333
187 S Bay Dr
Camden, DE
 
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Sofas

A stylish place to kick back and relax

The sofa is the main place we sit when we're at home. Most people spend a lot of time on the couch, watching TV, reading, visiting with friends or even sleeping. Sofas need to match the decor of a room, but they also need to be comfortable and inviting, and most of all, they need to be durable to last until the next time you redecorate. Choosing a sofa is more than just choosing a great design – you also want something that will fit with your furniture and look great in your home.

Choosing a Sofa

Before you choose colors and fabrics for your sofa, you'll have to choose the type that you want for your room. Different rooms will require different sofas. For example, sectional sofas look good in a room that has two purposes, like a dining room / living room. They separate the living and dining areas in an open way. Sleeper sofas are useful to have if you have a lot of guests that come to stay, and reclining sofas are excellent options for home theaters or just to add extra comfort to a TV room. If you're redecorating a playroom for your kids, you can throw around some casual bean bag couches or a small kids couch to make them feel more at home.

Once you know what kind of sofa you want, measure your existing sofa to get a sense of what size you'll need. Sofas come in loveseat, or two-seater, form, up to a five- or six-seater, such as a sectional sofa. Take into consideration the style of your room as well as how much space you have – an oversized sofa might be comfortable, but if it dwarfs your other living room furniture, it's not going to look very attractive.

Sofa Styles

The style of your sofa is important to your room's decor. Many people favor leather sofas for contemporary living rooms. If that's not your style, there are many contemporary sofas in a range of colors and geometric styles that add accents to a room.

A country-style living room will look great with a wooden sofa and patterned fabric cushions. Conversely, you can get an overstuffed, cushy couch if you want to add a cozy aspect.

French country is slightly different; you'll want to look for old-fashioned, curvy couches or chaises that are upholstered in a floral pattern and have exposed polished wooden arms and legs. Check antique stores for these options – you might be able to find cheap sofas that you can then reupholster and recushion.

Modern living rooms harken back to the 1950s, so your sofa should have a square look to the ar...

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