A Happy Compromise – If you are debating between purchasing a couch or a chair to fill a smaller space, choose a loveseat – they offer more seating room than a single chair, with the added ability to stretch out. They are also less of an investment than a full-size couch.
Play With Color and Pattern – Experimenting with a bold color or pattern for a couch can be a bit daunting, but at the same time, it’s something a lot of us want to do. To incorporate a substantial punch of color or pattern into a room, while having the largest piece of furniture remains neutral, consider choosing a boldly patterned loveseat.
They Are Versatile – If you’re looking for a seating option that can be worked into almost any room, choose a loveseat – especially if you are the type of person who likes to rearrange furniture a lot. Loveseats can often be placed at the kitchen table as a fun and cozy alternative to chairs. When looking to furnish a guest bedroom or a home office, a loveseat serves as a spare place for rest, and adds a touch of warmth and coziness to the room. Another unconventional but increasingly popular spot to place a loveseat is at the foot of a bed.
Create Subtle Partitions – Loveseats are good for dividing a room in a subtle and effective way – they help to partition a space but do so in a manner that is less disruptive than a full-sized couch or sectional.
Transform a Space – A few square feet can easily be transformed through thoughtful furniture placement. If you’ve got a cozy space by a bay window or alcove it’s a great spot to place a loveseat. It may become one of your favorite spots in the house – perfect for curling up with a cup of tea and a good book.