A pretty traditional chesterfield with a bench seat, tufted upholstery and nailhead details looks both inviting and grand in this modern room and helps bridge the gap between the modern decor and the more traditional architecture.
A very traditional velvet chesterfield brings coziness to this open, spare space.
This leather chesterfield is mostly traditional — the bench seat, the leather, the proportions — but its lines are straight and modern as opposed to curved. It adds softness to this concrete-heavy room, but it also mimics all the straight lines.
A very midcentury modern take on the chesterfield. It is what makes this eclectic room modern.
Another chesterfield with straight, modern lines.
Another very midcentury modern version of the chesterfield. So very Mad Men.
The modern, modular chesterfield. The arms and the back are not the same height, but the button tufting is a nod to the traditional design.
Why not go pink? There is no rule that says sofas have to belong to the brown family.
All the traditional markings of a chesterfield but with clean, modern lines.
A relatively affordable version with modern chops and soft curves. Full disclosure: I just bought this in yellow.