Restoration hardware sectional for sale provides comfortable seating for many people. But they can also be very expensive to buy and can be just outside your budget, even if you find it at an economy store or outlet store. One way to make sure you get the couch you want without overriding involves building your own sofa. This may sound like a shaking task, but it’s really quite simple.
Remove the main body and footplate from an old twin bed frame. Most bedside tables and footboards secure the frames with screws. Reuse an old cot or find a frame at a thrift store. A restoration hardware sectional for sale, without a mattress, is much cheaper to buy than buying complete furniture. Paint the frame with spray paint to match your decor. You can choose a metallic paint like brushed chrome or copper or pick a bold, lighter color like yellow or light orange. Place bed frame where you want your couch to be and top two or three sofa cushions. Check the discount bin in additional offers.
Cut two or three pieces of foam measuring the same width as and twice the length of your restoration hardware sectional for sale. For example, if your pillows are 2 meters wide by 3 meters long (on a two-pillow sofa) cut two pieces of foam 2 feet wide and 6 feet long. Fold your pieces of foam in half on the width and secure them in that position with silver tape. These provide the backrest for your sofa. Cut the pillow shams to about 3 inches longer than your back cushions are wide. Home 1 inch of excess fabric and attach strips of hook and loop sealing strips to remaining excess fabric.