Contemporary couches feature rounded edges and soft, elegant simple designs. Often they equipped with metal or a metal or base cover, unlike traditional couches with wooden bases and sharper edges. Contemporary couches come in the same styles as traditional couches.
Couches contemporary standards are the basic couches with no additional characteristics. Standard couches are often less expensive because of its simplicity. Couches beds also known as another style of contemporary couches. These couches are heavier than standard thanks to the structure couches bed that folds into the base of the couches and hides under the seat cushions.
Also convertible couches unfold to create a bed, but not with a bed frame hidden under the seat cushions. Instead, the same seat cushions deployed to a sleeping area. Reclining couches up to its name provide a reclining backrest. Only one or two portions of the back usually rests, each lined with single seat cushion. Recline portions are independently of one another and often include a footrest.
The last style of contemporary couches is sectional couches which divided into different parts that can be easily rearranged or moved around the room. Parts of contemporary sectional couches may have added features like the ability to recline or individual foot rests.