When it comes to hot interior trends, nothing is bigger now; pieces of the contemporary sofa are made the piece by piece and can easily be reassembled into any configuration or composition you want. Sometimes you’ll see an interior designer labeling this unique product as Ashley furniture sectional sofa cross-section but go online to another retailer and you’ll see a similar product labeled modular sofa.
So, what’s the difference between modular and sectional sofas or do they only have two different names for the exact same product? In short, they are exactly the same thing. An important aspect is that both names refer to the unique selling point of the design, its trademark, independent sofa pieces known as ‘modules’ or ‘parts’ put together to assemble the final furnishings.
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The basic principle is that sectionals allow users to rearrange their furniture layouts more often according to their specific mood, interior design trends or for specific events and events. As a result, it is fair to say that modular sofas can be classic love put seats or modern angular units by pressing a button, depending only on the style that the user thinks best suited them for that day. With each different module built as if it were its own mini sofa, with a frame, upholstery and an independent side cover, there was a lot of hassle for making modular or sectional sofas.