By Ysolt Yilmaz. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 - 01:19:12 AM.
Sectional sofas–once a tacky recommendation to ’70s/’80s design, these large seating solutions are once again rising in contemporary living rooms. Recognize that final “out-of-style” statement called the teal green sectional sofa? Imagine what? Sectionals are back!
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Why go sectional? For one thing, if you please, sectional sofas are the ideal way to seat a crowd of people. Even if the shopping is stringently for you and your children, the comfy energy of sectional seating can seem undeniably luxurious. What choicer way to view TV Program than by lounging?
Numerous sectionals are modular, consisting of tinier pieces designed in the arrangement of your options. The versatility is appealing. What’s not to like about seats that are perfect for huge spaces and small spaces alike?
Our initial group of featured sofas jubilates contemporary style with clean lines and sharp silhouettes. Modern and straightforward is the solution. The Lorimer Sectional sits very low to the ground, backed by dark wooden legs. Are you looking for a distinct color or style?
No problems–the part can be ordered in a kind of arrangements and fabric choices. [from West Elm]
Grand things happen in pairs. Like the Klyne 2-Piece Sectional. The compact nature of this item makes it perfect for small spaces. Not to mention, small arms provide for more room overall. Tuck this part in a corner, or do it in the center of a place to help define the layout. [from Crate & Barrel]
It’s a fantasy in gorgeous blue! The Uptown Left Arm Sectional Sofa rejoices simplicity with a smooth look. The piece’s stainless steel base is a bright contrast to the luxurious fabric. [from Crate & Barrel]
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Boxy and lowering to the ground. This following sofa is a modern update of retro ideas, like the chic contemporary sectional parts of the ’70s and ’80s. This sofa is distinctly modern, and its dark tone will make a strong statement in the place of your choice. [from Designitalia]
Crafted of microfiber or suede, the Medina Sofa is ready in a diversity of hues and styles. We’re influenced to the beige tone below, which is sure to lighten any room with an appearance that ranges from chic to retro. [from Scandinavian Comfort]
The white sectional sofa in the following image is bent rather than angled. Charming without being flashy, the item has a minimalist vibe that is funny at the same event. [from Designitalia]
What if your sectional sofa could be more substantial than a couch? Why not start in the lamp and table duty? The T35 Mini Modern White Leather Sectional Sofa incorporates a platform with a built-in light. Because you might as well have a spot to place your drink.
Talking of dual duty, the sectional sofa below has arms that offer built-in storage. Books and other collectibles now have an area to rest, right beside the place you sleep! [from Designitalia]
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What could be stronger than a bright red sectional sofa? This one has a small curve rather than an open L-shape. A bizarre form and an equally uncommon hue–it’s a hero! [from Designitalia]
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