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    What You Need to Know About Custom Sectionals from Carlyle Custom Convertibles

    Last updated 2 years ago

    To transform a basic sofa into the most functional furniture for your living space, consider custom sectionals. A custom sofa sectional is simply a combination of sectionals that are configured in such a way to create your ideal sofa shape. If you are looking for a sofa that works perfectly in your home, whether big or small, here is a guide to building your sofa with custom sectional pieces:

    • Armless Pieces: This type of sectional has no arms on either side, making it a perfect way to elongate your seating area or create a place to rest your feet.
    • Semi-Armless Pieces: These pieces are armless on one side and have a finished arm on the other. When joined with another armless sectional on the one armless side, these pieces can create a structured end to your sofa.
    • Corner Pieces: With a corner piece, which simply has an angled back, you can join two armless or semi-armless pieces to make your sofa fit perfectly into a corner of your home or create an architectural, geometric shape to your sofa. You can have a U-, L-, or S-shaped sectional sofa or a more compact circular or octagonal shape.
    • Custom Shapes and Sizes: In order to ensure you receive the perfect sectional pieces for your sofa, don’t overlook any detail. First, make sure to establish a clear image of your desired end product. You will need to specifically state the model number of the sectional, the size, color, cushion fill, tailoring details, and more. This will ensure that the pieces fit and match perfectly.

    If you are searching for an exceptional company that provides custom upholstery in the Tri State area, come to Carlyle Custom Convertibles. Call us at (888) 636-0479 or visit us online to get more information on how to design and order custom sectional sofas.

    Review of Carlyle Custom Convertibles | Visit Our Showroom or Call (888) 636-0479

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    • In August of 2008, I purchased a sofa from your Third Ave Carlyle store in New York. Greg was the salesperson who assisted me, and he made shopping for this sofa a pleasure. He was patient, supportive, and non-intrusive. He offered suggestions regarding how to best meet our needs, and he made it possible for this order to be placed and delivered... More

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    • This letter is to commend the salesman, Greg, who waited on me. Greg spent a lot of time and effort to help me purchase my chair. I told him that at this time I am not walking well so it would be hard for me to come to the store. He was kind and patient enough to work out the details with me by phone and mail. In addition to this he called me... More

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    How to Choose a Quality Sofa like a Custom Sofa from Carlyle Custom Convertibles

    Last updated 2 years ago

    A sofa is a staple furniture piece in any home. Because it is one of the most used pieces of furniture in a home, it should be comfortable, durable, and attractive.

    Watch this video to get some insight on how to pick the perfect sofa for your home. By watching this video, you will find direction for your desired sofa shape, material, and size, which are all important components. Have you considered whether you’d prefer loose or attached cushions? Would you like skirting along the bottom? Find inspiration and helpful suggestions in this full clip.

    At Carlyle Custom Convertibles, we provide a large selection of high-end sofas and sectionals in the Tri State area. Call us at (888) 636-0479 or visit our website to browse our quality sofas and start designing your dream furniture.  

    How to Maintain Your New Custom Sofa from Carlyle Custom Convertibles

    Last updated 2 years ago

    When you spend the time and money to pick out the perfect new custom sofa, you should take every measure possible to ensure it stays clean, beautiful, and looking just like new for years to come. Here are some simple tips that will help you maintain your new sofa:

    • Leather Sofas

    To keep your gorgeous and comfortable new leather sofa from looking worn, avoid placing it direct sunlight. Too much sunlight can cause the leather to dry out and crack. If you happen to spill liquids or food onto the leather, clean it immediately with a cloth until it is completely dry. You can also use leather cleaner and conditioner to keep your new sofa looking supple and soft for a long time.

    • Suede Sofas

    Suede is soft and luxurious but can also be very durable when cared for properly. You should always treat a new suede couch with a protective coat that helps make the material resistant to liquid stains. Also, regularly brush the suede to keep it clean and fresh.

    • Fabric Sofas

    Caring for fabric couches can be as easy as using a lint roller to remove patches of pet hair or as challenging as removing an orange juice stain from a cream-colored couch. Luckily, fabric sofas can be kept clean by using gentle cleansers to remove stains, and some may even have cushion slipcovers that can be machine washed. If your sofa is looking a little dull and dirty, you can always hire a professional cleaner to make it look like new again.

    If you are in the market for a custom sofa bed in the Tri State area, come to Carlyle Custom Convertibles. Call us at (888) 636-0479 or visit our website to browse our large selection of beautiful sofas, one of which is sure to be perfect for your home!

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