My top picks for sectionals
As I mentioned last week, I was in the market for a new sectional in my living room so I was psyched when I found out that Arhaus was having a major sale through April because I had been eyeing some of their sectionals for some time!
Sectionals are pricey to begin with, but in addition to the sticker shock of the baseline price, oftentimes when you finally figure out the fabric you want you have added on a couple thousand more...yikes! So the Arhaus deal was especially exciting given that you can upgrade to any fabric grade for the same cost.
I ended up ordering the Kipton sectional in Tune Cream and I'm not sure that I can handle the 8 week wait for it to arrive!!! But I wanted to share some of the other sectionals that made the final cut before I landed on the Arhaus piece.
Another awesome sectional from Arhaus is the Bryden series which is a little more formal than the Kipton. I love the detail of the wooden legs and the tufted details on the bottom cushions, but I wasn't as sold on the longer "daybed" cushions as opposed to multiple cushions.
The Lounge II sectional from Crate & Barrel feels really similar to the couch I purchased. My sister actually has this sectional down in her basement and it's awesome. The perfect couch for lounging with Netflix and a glass of wine.
I also totally love the Lotus sectional from Crate & Barrel. The Lotus feels really modern and fresh and still really comfortable. I think if I went with this sectional I would have chosen to have the arm rests on the ends, which isn't shown in the pic below (sorry!).
We've purchased the Caitlin the Everygirl from Interior Define for a client and I absolutely love this sectional. Interior Define has so many awesome fabric selections and the ability to swap the legs and is absolutely gorgeous in person.
The Coffee Sectional from All Modern is a really reasonably priced option that still packs on the style. I love the overstuffed cushions and the chaise option is great for smaller spaces.
The list of my top picks is short, but sweet. And although there isn't too much time left, I highly recommend checking out Arhaus!