Looks Matter, Too
Okay, maybe quality isn’t absolutely everything, although it is extremely important—perhaps the most important part of buying a sofa (or at least one that will last for years and years to come). But what’s also important is appearance. After all, you can buy the sturdiest and most well-built sofa on the market, but if it doesn’t aesthetically fit with everything else in your home, then you might as well not have it there in the first place.
Find something that stylistically works and compliments the other pieces. Do you have a minimalistic, sleek home? Try a black leather sofa. Want something more colorful to go with your vibrant living room? Get something with stripes and more texture. When in doubt, though, settle for something neutral.
Aim for Perfection
If you’re going to be paying hundreds, if not thousands of dollars for a sofa, it might as well be the perfect one. This means considering every single thing mentioned above and more—from the minor details to the obvious features. Definitely consider size, quality and appearance; but also think about other things like arm style, the number of cushions, maintenance level and longevity. If this sofa is something you want to keep for a long time, make sure it’s exactly the right one for you and think through all of these factors.
Luckily, here at Mor Furniture, we have a variety of sofas to suit all of your needs and wants. If style and quality are two things you’re looking for, look no further! Our sofas give you the best bang for your buck and—more than that—a comfortable piece to last you and your family years.