Furniture Friday: Sectionals

Friday, December 16, 2011 | Category: Uncategorized

Jeff Andrews via Trad Home Magazine

Nina Freudenberger via Trad Home Magazine

Devon Radziwell via APT with LSD

Who says sectionals have to be brown leather and clunky?  I’m currently working on a space where a sectional is the answer to all our problems.  I’m looking for a relatively clean-lined one that still has character.  Kind of dying over the curved Windsor Smith beauty below!

Jonathan Adler makes two very good looking sectionals, the “Lampert” above and “Danner” below.

The two sectionals above are from Lee Industries.

Clarke Sectional from Room & Board

B & B Italia

“Cielo” Sectional from CB2

We’re TOTALLY counting this “Faceted Curved Sofa” from Windsor Smith as a sectional because it’s awesome.

“Jordan” sectional from Jayson Home & Garden

“Gramercy” Sectional from Bernhardt Interiors

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5 Comments to 'Furniture Friday: Sectionals'

koc 17 Dec 11 at 6:51 pm

I’m surprised that you didn’t mention Montauk Sofa as a source for great sectionals! They have amazing custom pieces, they are my go-to source when sofa hunting!

MaterialGirls 19 Dec 11 at 1:51 am

Speaking of sectionals,my mom just ordered a sectional from Restoration and waited 8+ weeks, they show up at her house this past Friday with just half of it and now can’t find the other half (it’s somewhere in China) so needless to say, she may cancel her order and go with Lee! Oy

Lauren 19 Dec 11 at 8:23 pm

Montauk sofas are fabulous! Def. should’ve included them.

Emily that’s crazy about RH – I just can’t get into their stuff made in China for the same price as Lee! Ridic!

franki durbin 29 Dec 11 at 9:24 pm

Lauren, I’m actually linking to this post from the Pearson Furniture blog. I resisted the sectional urge for years until I happened upon a project that begged for one: my own home!

Done right, a sectional is both comfortable AND stylish. I love the ones you chose!

(here’s a pic of it!)

Amanda 13 Nov 12 at 5:14 pm

Love your blog! I make sectionals for folks in Dallas all the time and there is absolutely no reason they can’t be both comfortable as well as stylish. Of course the downside to sectionals is that they generally only work for one space, in one configuration but if you love it then who cares!

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