Chesterfield sofa is so classic design to me! I can’t wait for hours to arrive early next week. I’ll be sure to report once sofa comes in, but in meantime, here are a couple more Chesterfield inspiration shots…
Legs of a chesterfield sofa are of carved wood. They are wide at base and taper elegantly down into small, rounded feet.
Living room is “primarily a place where friends and family can relax, so fix seats should be a number one priority,” says Lorrie Mack in his book “Living in small spaces.” Chesterfield sofas can offer ample seating, but also eat a lot of floor space. Have such high arms and backrest and round detail continues around back.
Place a Chesterfield sofa against wall and lose space and will create a dead zone behind sofa that will simply be a chance for dust and other particles from accumulating. This dead zone is also an unattractive element when viewed from another part of room. It seems as though furniture was not chosen properly for your room. This sofa is ideal for “float” because it features decorative details throughout. A floating sofa is located in middle of a large living room and is not placed against wall.