Sofas fall into 3 main complementary categories.
Modular sofas are particularly well-suited to homes that are difficult to access: a module is always easier to get through a door or narrow corridor, or up a staircase, than a complete sofa. What's more, they can easily evolve, grow or shrink over time, by adding or subtracting modules to adapt to changing needs and moves. Finally, in the event of a domestic accident, stain or snag, you only need to change one module, not the whole sofa.
Fixed-length sofas are not subject to the same technical constraints as modular sofas, and designers' creativity is much freer. Aesthetics and design can be prioritized, and this category brings together the finest, most original pieces. Most are available in 2- and 3-seat versions, often complemented by a matching armchair, pouffe or ottoman.
As for sofa beds, those on the market are often heavy and ugly. Fortunately, Scandinavian design offers practical, beautifully designed options that reconcile function and aesthetics.