Does your sitting room need a revamp? Whether you call it the sitting room, living room, or family room, it’s a room that you like to spend time in to relax, entertain friends and loved ones, eat, play games and kick back.
If you’re unlucky enough not to have your very own Swyft sofa (remember, they can be delivered in as little as 48 hours), then here are some tips on how to handle these obstacles.
We teamed up with Bedfolk to give us a quick guide on how to be the hostess with the mostest when guests stay.
Pets are an integral part of the family. Cute, lovable and entertaining, they never fail to spark joy and bring a smile to our faces! But, let’s be honest, it’s not always all sunshine and rainbows and they can wreak havoc on our beautiful furniture which can be a real pain.
Wondering how you can dispose of an old sofa to make room for your new one? Most people will either take it to the tip themselves or arrange a waste collection with their local council which can be bulky, time-consuming and a hassle. But, if your sofa is still in a good condition, there are many charities who will accept it.
There are countless charities across the UK that are always on the lookout for old furniture that can be upcycled, reused, loved by another family or individual and kept out of landfill. So why not enjoy the comfort of a new sofa while donating your old one to a worthy cause? To help you find the perfect place to donate your sofa, we’ve created a list of UK charities that accept unwanted sofas and offer free collections so it’s inexpensive and hassle-free.
The 3-piece sofa is a popular choice for a lot of households. Offering ample room to stretch out when you’re by yourself and providing plenty of perches when friends and family come to visit, the 3-seater sofa is a multifunctional furnishing.
Placing a sofa in front of a window can look great - as long as it’s done well. Whether you’re putting your Swyft sofa in front of a window for aesthetic reasons, or the dimensions of your room dictate your sofa location, thinking about lighting, privacy and safety will ensure your living room looks as good as possible.
So, is it OK to put a sofa in front of a window? And how do you place Swyft furniture in a room with a lot of windows? Let’s take a look to find out.