Sectional sofas or couches are a variety of common living room furniture composed of multiple independent pieces of cushioned seats that can be rearranged in a variety of positions. More versatile and often larger than a standard three or four seater sofa, sectional sofas combine two or more modular components from a set of custom pieces that includes sofas, loveseats, recliners, chairs, corner wedges, chaise lounges, and cocktail ottomans. Sectional sofas are most often arranged with a 90 degree turn such as in an L-Shape or Corner configuration which unites multiple sofas with a corner connection or extends a sofa with a chaise lounge or ottoman.
Sectional sofas are a form of modular seating of individual pieces that can be combined and rearranged to create multiple seating arrangements and layouts. Sectional sofas are often used in living rooms and other communal spaces.
To connect a sectional sofa: remove the cushions and identify the locations of any pins and clamps; lift the pin-side section and lower it down into the clamp until the two pieces fit tightly together. Repeat as necessary with other sections of the sofa.
To take apart a sectional sofa: remove all the seat cushions; identify a lip or element of the sectional piece for leverage; lift the section out of the sectional clamp and pull away the sectional piece. Repeat this process for additional sections as needed.