A sofa is the focus point for relaxation in our homes. Buying a sofa is a big decision, not only the cost but design, colour, construction, fabric, size and style , but most of all comfort. Have you got it right? What do we all do when choosing a sofa? We sit on it for comfort and want it to “fit” in with our décor and look. A bespoke chesterfield sofa allows you to tick all the boxes. It can change your room- or get it wrong and it can ruin your room. You also need to make sure you can get it in your house!!! Our tips for getting it right! Measure where it’s going and how you’re going to get it in the room. A chesterfield offers good lumbar support – the right depth and a fixed back. Loose cushioned sofas may not allow for this. The older we get the harder it is to get out of a very deep and soft seat. Your chesterfield should be user friendly that the entire family will feel comfortable using. A high quality chesterfield will be more durable than a sofa that’s designed to ‘look stylish’ but isn’t able to withstand the daily wear and tear. Try the sofa – sit on it, stretch on it, test it for softness, firmness and the “comfort” factor. Make sure that the feel and style go together. Pick your style of chesterfield that will stand the test of time. Classic styling versus trendy options. A fabric covering versus leather is a personal choice, our specialist can advise you depending on your needs and lifestyle. Think about how you want your room to look, not just now but a few years down the line, chose a Chesterfield sofa that will still fit in if you change your room. Pick the colour of your chesterfield sofa carefully. May not be practical in a household with young messy sticky fingers, and pets that love to sneak on the sofa when you’re not around. Consider cleaning and maintaining your sofa for longevity. Finally does it feel comfy to park your derriere for the evening! At the Chesterfield Sofa Company we are able to assist you in getting the right sofa to make your room perfect and keep your derriere happy! Contact us on Freephone (UK): 0800 035 9889 Telephone: +44 (0) 161 341 0398 Fax: +44 (0) 1706 558 909 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wP7eSh9EBk]]>