If you notice to see any alignment irregularities, gently adjust the fabric and cushions for a more balanced look. One of the great advantages of our modular sofas is their flexibility, making it easy to rearrange and customise.
To address any seam misalignments on your modular sofa, refer to the steps below:
1. Identify the issue
Determine the specific misalignment, whether it's the modular sections, cushions, or fabric that are not properly aligned.
2. Inspect connectors and framework
Check the connectors, brackets, and framework for any signs of looseness. Tighten any loose screws or bolts.
3. Realign the seams on cushions
Once the sections are separated, gently adjust the fabric along the seams to realign them to their proper position. Make sure the fabric is evenly distributed and that there are no creases or folds. Fluff and rotate cushions regularly to prevent uneven wear.
4. Realign modular sections
Reconnect the modular sections, ensuring that the connectors are properly secured and aligned. This should help keep the seams aligned during regular use.
5. Level the sofa
Make sure your sofa is sitting on a level surface. If the floor is uneven or the sofa legs are not level, use furniture levelling pads or adjust the legs to create a stable base.
6. Fluff and adjust cushions
Ensure that the cushions are properly placed and fluffed, as this can also contribute to seam misalignment. Regularly fluffing and rotating the cushions can prevent uneven wear and seam issues.
7. Regular maintenance
Regularly check the connectors and seams for any signs of misalignment, wear, or damage, and address issues promptly to prevent future misalignments.