Product characteristics Seat height: 40 cm Depth: 71.5 cm Length: 124.5cm Height: 77.5 cm Legs color: Black Upholstery Material: Polyester, Nylon Upholstery Material Type: Fabric Legs Material Type: Steel Upholstery material code: HE507-26 Upholstery color: Dark gray Collection: Pawai Barcode: 2000983190451 Packaging specifications Weight: 31 kg Volume: 0.55 m3
A couch, also known as a sofa, settee, or chesterfield (see Etymology below), is a cushioned item of furniture for seating multiple people (although it is not uncommon for a single person to use a couch). It is commonly found in the form of a bench, with upholstered armrests, and often fitted with springs and tailored cushion and pillows. Although a couch is used primarily for seating, it may be used for sleeping. In homes, couches are normally put in the family room, living room, den or lounge, or wherever couches are best appreciated. They are sometimes also found in non-residential settings such as hotels, lobbies of commercial offices, waiting rooms, and bars. Couches can also vary in size, color, and design. The term couch originally denoted an item of furniture for lying or sleeping on.  Couch is predominantly used in North America, Australia, South Africa, and Ireland, whereas the terms sofa and settee (U and non-U) are most commonly used in the United Kingdom and India. The word couch originated in Middle English from the Old French noun couche, which derived from the verb meaning to lie down. The word sofa comes from Persian and is derived from the Arabic word suffah (ledge/bench), cognates with the Aramaic word sippa (mat).
The word settee or setee comes from the Old English word setl, which was used to describe long benches with high backs and arms, but is now generally used to describe upholstered seating.
Other terms which can be synonymous with the above definition are chesterfield (Canada), divan, davenport, lounge, and canapé https://www.cosmorelax.ru/catalog/dvukhmestnye/divan_sofa_06_02/#148890
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