Timeless And Elegant Fainting Couches
Couches are probably the preferred seating unit when it comes to the living room. These furniture can conveniently seat more than one person. There are different types of couches. For elegant and timeless choice, you can choose fainting couches. The fainting couches are backless couches that typically has one end raised, against which a person can recline. These couches might have been made before the 19th century, but the term “fainting couch” wasn’t commonly used until the 19th century. Fainting couches were made for women, especially because so many women in the 1800s wore corsets. A tight corset kept a woman almost breathless, making it much more likely that she would faint. Some homes and hotels even had fainting rooms, where women could catch their breath on these couches. The fainting couches similar to a chaise lounge. It often looks like a small, narrow day bed. Most of these couches have four carved, wooden legs. Various fabrics can cover modern fainting couches, though velvet or microfiber tend to be the preferred upholstery fabric.
A fainting couch sometimes has a foot section, which usually is not upholstered. The most popular style in the 21st century does not feature a foot section. Instead it merely looks like an extended chair and is about 5-6 feet (1.52-1.83 m) in length. Some modern versions of fainting couches have a partial back. Part of the fainting couch might have an upholstered, rising back with a suggestive feminine curve. This provides additional support for the upper body as a person reclines on the couch.