Updated: Nov 1
Purchasing a new sofa is a big deal and can be stressful! We like to have our clients sit on the sofas if at all possible before purchasing. We have purchased and sat in several of these sofas below before. Some we have not, but they have good reviews.
We have found in general a more expensive sofa tends to be better made. It's nice to have the option of a lower priced sofa, but they most likely will not be as good of quality or long lasting. I personally purchased a nice looking sectional in the fabric Conversation Ivory from Wayfair a few years ago. While it is comfortable and looks good, it is not holding up as well as a higher priced sofa would likely do. So, just keep that in mind as you are shopping for a sofa. These sofas listed below are regular depth. When you find "comfort" depth, that means the seat is extra deep. If you are on the short side like me, I find I cannot sit comfortably upright in sometihng that is too deep. Generally a comfort sofa will be one you want to lay in and sit slouchy-style with your feet up. You'll get the most support from a regular depth sofa.
Also note, if you see a sofa labeled as "Left-facing" or "Right- facing sectional," that means when you are looking at the sofa. if the chaise is sticking out on your left side when looking at i, it is left facing. If it sticks out further on your right side, it is right-facing.
We carefully selected our favorite items from various websites. We would love to know if you purchase one of our favorite products below!
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