“Understanding how a piece of furniture will fit spatially is so important, so your experience should start with our room planning tool,” Smithson says. Where is your TV in relation to the couch? Are there any obstacles that you need to work around? Are there elements of the room that can’t be moved, like a column or vent? All of these details are important in designing furniture that works for you.
After your initial planning, select your perfect fit. Choose a size and configuration that work with your style and space. Think about what the furniture will be used for, and move forward from there. Just because you love an ultra-modern chaise, doesn’t mean it will work for your family.
The key to creating a piece that you’ll truly love is thinking critically about functionality. Next, customize the piece with different cushion densities, arm styles, and more – we can even customize the legs of couches and chairs. These little details pull some serious weight in defining the style of the furniture. Even something as simple as opting for metal instead of wooden legs can completely change the feel of the piece.
Then, refine your look by choosing from over 350 different fabrics and leathers available. The same style of couch has a completely different feel in leather than it does in a blue velvet.