With so many styles, colors, and textures of stationary fabric sofas, you can be assured to find the perfect one to buy. It's a great idea to do some shopping before you purchase your sofa because of the variety available. You can find a sleek contemporary black vinyl or canvas sofa at one end, and rustic denim at the other end of the spectrum. Here are a few of the options available in fabrics.

– 100% Polyester fabrics are very durable and can come in thousands of prints and colors in a traditional style to a country French style. This fabric is smooth and easily cleaned. It's recommended that you always purchase the fabric protector which you can buy from the retailer where you purchase it.

– 100% fine cotton is an elegant way to have a stationary fabric sofa covered, yet it has a greater potential for staining and injury due to roughhousing. This fabric is more appropriate on more of a showpiece type of sofa.

– Poly/cotton blends are very popular. With the poly cotton fabrics, a combination of polyester and cotton threads provides durability and stain resistance as well as brightness of color. The fabrics in this variety can range from a tight smooth weave to a rougher denim or corduroy for a more casual look or velveteen for an elegant style.

– Sunlight can damage and fade fabric sofas. During peak daylight hours, if you can lower the shades or turn the blinds, it will keep the fabric from fading as fast. Also, Make sure you order the fabric protector for your new sofa, no matter what the fabric.

There are several ways to purchase this type of sofa. With all the options, it would be best to do some shopping at furniture stores, online or both. Sometimes you will see a style but not find the appropriate fabric or vice versa, where you find a fabric but not the proper style. By shopping at various locations, you will most certainly find the stationary fabric sofa you are looking for.

Many furniture stores offer for you to design your own sofa. When you can choose and adapt a sofa that fits your style by designing it yourself, you can feel a sense of accomplishment and often it's the preferred way to go instead of going and buying a piece in a showroom. When you get to design your own, you can develop an entire living room group or set that works with furniture you already have. You may feel overwhelmed at first when choosing a stationary fabric sofa, but when you've narrowed it down to style and fabric and do some shopping, you'll have a new piece just the way you like it.


Source by Jennifer J. Butler