Corner Sofas /p>
More About Corner Sofas
Browse by Size
Browse by Type
Browse by colour
Browse by fabric
Corner Sofa Buying Guide
The sections in this detailed buying guide consider all of the important decisions that you need to make when buying your corner sofa.
Maximise your seating
Dead Space in the Corner
Extra Space for Seating!
Where to position it?
Positioning your corner sofa in the corner of the room
Positioning your corner sofa in the middle of your room
Corner sofa shapes
L Shaped Corner Sofas
Symmetrical Corner Sofas
How big should it be?
Small corner sofas
We offer a large number of off the peg small corner sofas in all shapes and sizes and a number of options including chaise ends, armless ends and a number of different seat sizes, but when you are looking for a small corner sofa our design your own tool really comes into its own and will help you make the most of that tiny unused and unloved corner in your home, with this tool you can design corner sofas that are as small as 154cm in each direction and which can be increased in size by increments of just 10cm.
Large corner sofas
Of course you might be one of the lucky few that has a huge lounge or family space that they are looking to fill with seating for important family events and social occasions, if that's the case you needn't despair, you don't have to make do with an average sized corner sofa that looks dwarfed in your large lounge, that's because our design your own corner sofa tools will allow you to create a large corner sofas that's tailor made to your space.
The corner sofa design tools allow you to create corner sofas that are as big as 7 meters in each direction that have as many as 13 seats, but your ambitions for your corner sofa don't have to stop there, as by adding in an armless end and an armless sofa your corner sofa can get even bigger.
Armless Right Sofa
Armless Corner Sofa
Can you fit it in?
So you are going to need to measure your corner sofa and the obstructions, such as doors and stair cases, that it is likely to face on its way through your home very carefully, there's nothing worse than imagining that brand new corner sofa in pride of place in your home only to discover that it won't get past the right angle in your stairs and you are going to have to send it back. Aargh!
Of course nabru specialise in self assembly corner sofas and all or our sofas come as a kit of parts that you carry into your room and assemble in situ, so you can be certain that you will get one of our corner sofas into your room whatever the access restrictions.
Left Hand or Right Hand
However, before we answer the question we should point out that this is only ever an issue if your corner sofa is asymmetric or an L shaped corner sofa.
Right, so now to the answer, well the answer is that it depends on your perspective, i.e. are you sitting on your L shape sofa or are you looking at it? It's really important to get this right and you wouldn't believe the confusion and mistakes that this point can cause so our advice to you would be to read all of the information that your sofa retailer provides really carefully, and, if you are still not sure give them a call and discuss it in detail with customer services first so this point is clear in your mind, there's nothing worse than having to send your sofa back or get it modified because it's sticking out the wrong way!
Left hand sofa
Right hand sofa
Open ended or closed
Extension seats are hugely popular additions to your sofa or corner sofa and we sell a lot of these at nabru, if you've ever put your weary feet up on a sofa with an extension seat you'd understand exactly why! It can be hugely satisfying to rest your weary legs and lay back on an extension seat, the only issue that this writer finds with them is that they all too often induce sleep...
Combining an extension seat with a corner sofa is also a great way to create a U shaped sofa.
Corner Sofa Options
So a little bit more information about the arm options we do offer, these are:
- Low Narrow Arms - neat and compact and our most popular arm offering.
- Low Wide Arms - low as the name suggests, but also chunky and great for cuddling up against on a cold winter night.
- High Narrow Arms and High Wide Arms - taller versions of the above.
- Curved Arms - stylish curved arms.