Sofas & Sectionals

Sofas

 

Contemporary Leather Sofas, Upholstered Sofas, and Modern Sofas

 

Sofas are undoubtedly the focal point of every living room, so consider the various options available to you before investing in your new sofa. At West Elm, we have numerous styles, sizes, and functions to ensure you can relax in comfort with a sofa that perfectly complements its surroundings.

 

Design For Living

Look around at your room decor to determine the style of sofa you need, such as a contemporary leather sofa, a modern sofa, or a softer-looking linen sofa. Modern sofa designs feature straight lines and tend to be angular in shape. The upholstered cushions are firm and the base is usually raised to expose the legs, which are designed to enhance the modern appeal of the sofa. The legs of contemporary sofas tend to be hidden or are very short. While many contemporary designs include straight lines, they are softer than modern sofas and are combined with plush cushions for a more luxurious look.

 

Pick The Right Size

The size of your sofa depends on the space you have available in your living room. Large spaces accommodate sofas 2-seater sofas, 3-seater sofas, and sectional sofas well as extra-deep seats for added comfort. Go for a rounded shape to add interest and an air of sophistication to your room. Stretch out when you have a chaise lounge on one end of the sofa.

 

Sectional sofas let you choose and arrange the components to suit your preferences. Alternatively, pair a sofa with matching chairs so guests have somewhere comfortable to sit too. For example, place a mid-century modern chair against your living room wall and position a mid-century modern sofa at an angle on one side. Use a mid-century end table at the other side to put your drinks and snacks on. If there’s not quite enough room for a table at the end, a metal coffee table set on a decorative rug in front of the sofa looks striking.

 

Smaller Options

For smaller spaces, 2-seater sofa or a corner sofa fits in these size rooms. Snuggle up on a loveseat or consider a sofa that has convenient storage included. Just lift up the seats to reveal storage space underneath the cushions. Another option when you’re short of space, or to cater to unexpected guests, is to combine your sofa with a bed. A daybed covered in decorative throws or pillows provides a comfortable seating area during the day and transforms into a cozy bed at night with the help of soft bedding.

 

Another great idea is to get a sofa or daybed with a trundle underneath. Keep a spare set of bedding in the trundle so it pulls out as an instant bed whenever it’s needed. Or go for a sleeper sofa that gives you an instant double bed when you lift up the cushions and pull out the bed frame inside. The style of sleeper sofa you choose, such as armless or with arms, determines whether the bed has supports at either side of the head or a footboard at the end.

 

Time To Recline

For the ultimate relaxation experience, go all out with a reclining sofa. Push a button on either side of your sofa to adjust the position of the headrests and recliners, then sit back, relax and enjoy some downtime in complete comfort.

 

No matter what style you’re looking for or what design preferences you have, we’re sure we’ve got the perfect sofa to fill your living room space.

 

Sectionals

 

Every room has a focal point, in the living room, your sectional’s style has a profound impact on the way people see the rest of your room’s design. If you want to give your room a new look or build one from scratch, starting with the sectional is a terrific idea.

 

Chances are you’ve heard the popular terms mid-century or mid-century modern tossed around in design circles or that a gorgeous layout you saw in photos or on TV contained elements of this dynamic style. Mid-century modern refers to furniture created around the 1950s. It’s easy to identify furniture from this time period because of its emphasis on simple lines, functionality and interesting geometric shapes. Pouf ottomans are a superb example of simplicity mixed with comfort and art.

 

Mid-century sectionals express this laid-back vibe with clean lines and a comfy profile. Ample back cushions allow for maximum relaxation. Instead of complicated or ornate details, the focus is on striking layouts. Large furniture like sectionals accentuates right angles, whereas smaller pieces might play around with orb shapes or graceful curves. If this is your favorite style, it makes decorating very exciting, almost identical to creating a work of art.

 

A big part of the 1950s and early 1960s had to do with vibrant colors and using lots of different elements like leather, wood, metal, glass, and even man-made materials. Don’t be afraid to do the same in your living room as pendant lights, metallic floor lamps, sleek console tables and the odd leather chair all work well together. When it comes to adding strong pops of color, things like throw blankets, vases, and other home accents are really helpful.

 

At West Elm, we believe that, like any artist, your creation is your own. In other words, it’s OK to be inspired by mid-century modern design, industrial styles, and even Japanese influences, and then combine parts of them all in a signature fusion style. You don’t have to be limited to one time period only. Instead, your living room is your canvas. Shop all living room furniture you need including chairs, side tables, coffee tables, tv stands, bookcases, and more in Riyadh, Jeddah, and all KSA online from West Elm.

Sofas & Sectionals

Sofas

 

Contemporary Leather Sofas, Upholstered Sofas, and Modern Sofas

 

Sofas are undoubtedly the focal point of every living room, so consider the various options available to you before investing in your new sofa. At West Elm, we have numerous styles, sizes, and functions to ensure you can relax in comfort with a sofa that perfectly complements its surroundings.

 

Design For Living

Look around at your room decor to determine the style of sofa you need, such as a contemporary leather sofa, a modern sofa, or a softer-looking linen sofa. Modern sofa designs feature straight lines and tend to be angular in shape. The upholstered cushions are firm and the base is usually raised to expose the legs, which are designed to enhance the modern appeal of the sofa. The legs of contemporary sofas tend to be hidden or are very short. While many contemporary designs include straight lines, they are softer than modern sofas and are combined with plush cushions for a more luxurious look.

 

Pick The Right Size

The size of your sofa depends on the space you have available in your living room. Large spaces accommodate sofas 2-seater sofas, 3-seater sofas, and sectional sofas well as extra-deep seats for added comfort. Go for a rounded shape to add interest and an air of sophistication to your room. Stretch out when you have a chaise lounge on one end of the sofa.

 

Sectional sofas let you choose and arrange the components to suit your preferences. Alternatively, pair a sofa with matching chairs so guests have somewhere comfortable to sit too. For example, place a mid-century modern chair against your living room wall and position a mid-century modern sofa at an angle on one side. Use a mid-century end table at the other side to put your drinks and snacks on. If there’s not quite enough room for a table at the end, a metal coffee table set on a decorative rug in front of the sofa looks striking.

 

Smaller Options

For smaller spaces, 2-seater sofa or a corner sofa fits in these size rooms. Snuggle up on a loveseat or consider a sofa that has convenient storage included. Just lift up the seats to reveal storage space underneath the cushions. Another option when you’re short of space, or to cater to unexpected guests, is to combine your sofa with a bed. A daybed covered in decorative throws or pillows provides a comfortable seating area during the day and transforms into a cozy bed at night with the help of soft bedding.

 

Another great idea is to get a sofa or daybed with a trundle underneath. Keep a spare set of bedding in the trundle so it pulls out as an instant bed whenever it’s needed. Or go for a sleeper sofa that gives you an instant double bed when you lift up the cushions and pull out the bed frame inside. The style of sleeper sofa you choose, such as armless or with arms, determines whether the bed has supports at either side of the head or a footboard at the end.

 

Time To Recline

For the ultimate relaxation experience, go all out with a reclining sofa. Push a button on either side of your sofa to adjust the position of the headrests and recliners, then sit back, relax and enjoy some downtime in complete comfort.

 

No matter what style you’re looking for or what design preferences you have, we’re sure we’ve got the perfect sofa to fill your living room space.

 

Sectionals

 

Every room has a focal point, in the living room, your sectional’s style has a profound impact on the way people see the rest of your room’s design. If you want to give your room a new look or build one from scratch, starting with the sectional is a terrific idea.

 

Chances are you’ve heard the popular terms mid-century or mid-century modern tossed around in design circles or that a gorgeous layout you saw in photos or on TV contained elements of this dynamic style. Mid-century modern refers to furniture created around the 1950s. It’s easy to identify furniture from this time period because of its emphasis on simple lines, functionality and interesting geometric shapes. Pouf ottomans are a superb example of simplicity mixed with comfort and art.

 

Mid-century sectionals express this laid-back vibe with clean lines and a comfy profile. Ample back cushions allow for maximum relaxation. Instead of complicated or ornate details, the focus is on striking layouts. Large furniture like sectionals accentuates right angles, whereas smaller pieces might play around with orb shapes or graceful curves. If this is your favorite style, it makes decorating very exciting, almost identical to creating a work of art.

 

A big part of the 1950s and early 1960s had to do with vibrant colors and using lots of different elements like leather, wood, metal, glass, and even man-made materials. Don’t be afraid to do the same in your living room as pendant lights, metallic floor lamps, sleek console tables and the odd leather chair all work well together. When it comes to adding strong pops of color, things like throw blankets, vases, and other home accents are really helpful.

 

At West Elm, we believe that, like any artist, your creation is your own. In other words, it’s OK to be inspired by mid-century modern design, industrial styles, and even Japanese influences, and then combine parts of them all in a signature fusion style. You don’t have to be limited to one time period only. Instead, your living room is your canvas. Shop all living room furniture you need including chairs, side tables, coffee tables, tv stands, bookcases, and more in Riyadh, Jeddah, and all KSA online from West Elm.