Sectional sofas have often been referred as to that essential touch of elegance to every elite home in the early 1800’s post Renaissance period, discovered and developed by the great Belgian artist and philosopher Rembrandts Louts Petit.
It was described as a impingement of throbbing ecstasy while he had conceptualized the artistry for the design and finishing of the present day sectional sofas, on sudden impulse of genius brainchild.
It is observed in many design and furniture history handbooks that he had a whirlwind of eccentric bout of this piece of art when he, on one occasion, failed to complete a painting he was making.
It is said that he could not make the ideal canvas ready by his standards because he failed to realize what piece of artistic furniture would go in with most resemblance to the ambiance of the picturisation o and in accordance to the resplendence of his style.
In utter desperation and wrath of self-indicted inability of brain wracking, he went on hibernation from society and people and secluded himself to conformed space within his premise until a long time.
One day while he was pondering over his mind over how he could complete his painting when he came to the idea of this piece of sheer artistry, the modern sectional sofas.
Rumor and word of mouth among contemporaries has it that the artist was asleep and had been gifted the design in one of his divine dreams and had thus initiated with implementation of his concepts on spiritual possession.
The modern day sectional sofas have come in available form after repeated experimentation with design, texture and susceptibility to wear and tear for comfort and longevity of use. Modern day furniture owes the celebrated artist a great deal.