When I saw this piece featured in Sheryl Crow's home in a magazine, it confirmed that indeed sectionals can be elegant and glamorous.
This sectional is perfect for small spaces where you want to maximize seating. The armless and backless feature on one end would open up the room.
This says lounge! I can picture a family of five seated comfortably and munching on popcorn for movie night.
This sectional is 44 inches deep, making it perfect for sinking into. The double nailhead trim on the arms adds a touch of elegance.
If you have the space, you can add a chaise to one end of the sectional. I'm sure everyone will be clamoring to get that seat!
The thin arms and legs lend a Mad Men-esque vibe to this sleek sectional. It is stocked in this lovely gray fabric — the perfect neutral.
You can't beat the price for this stylish sectional. The removable covers, which can be washed or dry cleaned, make this a favorite for those with kids.
Here's a sectional from Ikea that is easy on the wallet. I have the sofa version of this sectional and it has held up surprisingly well for nine years.
I love the single bench seat and wood detail on this sectional. One side is 124 inches, so it needs a large room.
This track arm sectional is a timeless classic. Seat cushions can be wrapped with down for extra "sink in" comfort.
I love the slipcovered version of this sectional. It looks relaxed in this stocked linen fabric.
The natural brass nailheads add detail and the eight-way hand-tied steel springs ensure this sectional is well made.
This 1930s-inspired sofa looks perfect in this bold, blue fabric. Having one side without an arm makes it feel airy and therefore perfect for small spaces.
A client of mine recently loved the "test drive" of this sectional. It comes with a bumper on one end so it feels less bulky.