LIVING ROOM SECTIONALS

Looking for a new sofa that gives you plenty of room to spread out and relax? Check out The Brick's selection of sectional sofas, perfect for any Living Room. Our selection includes Sleeper Sofas, Sleeper Sectionals, Sectional Sofa Beds, and 3-Piece Sectionals. Whether you're looking for a stylish new addition to your Living Room or a cozy spot for overnight guests to sleep, we've got just what you're looking for at The Brick.

What is a sectional?

A sectional is a type of furniture that is made up of multiple sections or pieces that can be arranged in various configurations. Sectional furniture is usually designed to be flexible and adaptable to different spaces and needs, and can include sofas, loveseats, and ottomans. Sectional pieces can be combined to form larger seating areas or separated to create smaller, more intimate spaces. They are a popular choice for living rooms and family rooms because they provide plenty of seating and can be arranged in a variety of ways to suit different activities and needs.

Is there a difference between a sectional couch and a sectional sofa?

There is no technical difference between a sectional couch and a sectional sofa. The terms "sectional couch" and "sectional sofa" can be used interchangeably to refer to the same type of furniture.

In general, the term "couch" is used to refer to any type of upholstered seating furniture, while the term "sofa" is used more specifically to refer to a type of seating furniture that is typically longer and more formal in appearance than a couch. However, these terms are often used interchangeably, and a sectional couch and a sectional sofa are essentially the same thing.

How do I clean a sectional?

To clean a sectional, start by dusting it with a soft, dry cloth to remove any surface dirt or debris. If there are any stains or spills, spot clean them using a mild detergent and water, or a cleaning solution specifically designed for use on upholstery. Be sure to blot the affected area gently and avoid rubbing or scrubbing, as this can damage the fabric. When finished, allow the sectional to air dry completely before using it again. For more thorough cleaning, you may want to consider hiring a professional upholstery cleaning service.