Sectional sofas are a great option when it comes to adding extra seating to a living room or den, or for days when you just want to sprawl out and relax. The best sectional couches are composed of multiple independent pieces that can be arranged in a number of different positions. Sectionals are usually designed in a classic “L” shape and are great for essential space-saving and functionality.
What To Look For in a Sectional
Don’t go by the picture. A sectional that looks small in an image may actually be too big for your home. Always read the measurements.
How will you be using your sectional? Will it always be in one piece as an L or U-shaped couch, or do you need modular pieces that can be used on their own for parties and large gatherings?
Keep fabric in mind. Microfiber fabric is great for homes with pets and kids since it’s stain-resistant, while cotton has a high-end finish, but is difficult to clean. Leather sectionals will likely last a long time, but they typically come with a higher price tag.
How We Chose The Best Sectionals
These featured sectional sofas boast clean, modern lines that fit in easily with any style decor and are available in multiple, durable fabric colors and styles. These sectionals are a great way to provide a large amount of seating that is relaxing yet cozy without taking up a bunch of space. We opted for sectionals that can be arranged on either side of a room (the long chaise part is reversible).
Take a seat and check out the best sectionals that will soon become your favorite place to watch, read, hang out and sleep.
1. Rivet Revolve Reversible Chaise Sectional
The Rivet Revolve Sectional is a reversible sectional with a built-in chaise that can be moved to either end to accommodate any room layout. Made with a sturdy hardwood frame, solid beech wood legs and a bold, modern design, this sofa sectional will easily blend with any decor style. This Amazon-branded sectional is made from strong and durable, stain-resistant fabric, has medium-firm cushions and easily wipes clean with a soft, dry cloth. Available in eight colors, the Rivet lineup also includes a matching love seat, sofa and living room chair, making it easy to furnish an entire room.
Pros: Sturdy hardwood frame, several colors and matching furniture options available, stain-resistant fabric.
Cons: This couch is ideal for small spaces, however, if you prefer a larger couch, another option might be better.
2. HONBAY Reversible Sectional Sofa Couch
For a sectional sofa that will not only impress guests with its high-end nail-head trim finish, but also provide a convenient place to store blankets and cushions, we like the Honbay Reversible Sectional Sofa Couch. Available in dark grey and blueish gray (shown here), the Honbay is finished with a soft, breathable fabric that is durable and won’t pill. The solid wood frame holds up seat cushions that are filled with pocket coils and serpentine springs. The four-seater sofa is great for entertaining or stretching out for nap time. The mid-century sectional is reversible and the extended ottoman easily lifts up for discrete storage with a bonus storage bag included for magazines, remotes and other small items. Assembly is straightforward and doesn’t require the use of tools.
Pros: Nail-head trim finish, hidden storage, large seating capacity.
Cons: The couch sits low and may be uncomfortable for taller users.
3. Nolany Reversible L-Shaped Sofa with Ottoman Sectional
Just because you have a small space that doesn’t mean you can’t stretch out when it’s time to relax. With the Nolany Sectional Sofa Couch with Reversible Chaise, it’s easy to get comfortable without taking up much room. The loveseat style sectional can be formatted on the left or right and Nolany sells the sofa with an optional ottoman that provides added storage. Made with a solid wood frame, the Nolany is finished with breathable cotton and linen that is both durable for extended use and gentle on skin.
Pros: Armrest pocket, extra storage in ottoman, easy assembly.
Cons: The cushions may arrive flattened and take a few days to fully fluff out.
4. Lilola Home Lucca Reversible Sectional Sofa Couch
For a sectional that pulls double duty, we like the Lilola Home Lucca Reversible Sectional Sofa Couch. The reversible sectional is 84” long, making it perfect for medium-sized rooms. When guests need to spend the night, the sofa section pulls out to create a bed that is 42” wide. In the morning, the bedding can be hidden in the reversible chaise, which easily opens for a convenient storage option.
Pros: Neutral steel gray finish great for any décor, available in bright colors, features storage and sleeper option.
Cons: The cushions are very firm and users over 6’ won’t be able to sleep comfortably.
5. Secsofier Manual Reclining Sectional Sofa
Give everyone a great seat with the oversized Secsofier Manual Reclining Sectional Sofa. The sectional provides ample seating and can hold up to 300 pounds per seat. The Secsofier is bookended by two recliners, which are next to two cup holders and concealed storage spaces for added convenience. A solid wood frame holds this generously sized sectional that is perfect for game day or movie night.
Pros: Fits multiple people, includes storage and cup holders, features two recliners.
Cons: The recliners are manual and somewhat noisy.
6. POLY & BARK Napa Right-Facing Sectional Sofa
For a splurge-worthy sectional that will last for years, check out the stunning POLY & BARK Napa Right-Facing Sectional Sofa. Available in six rich colors, including Cognac Tan shown here, the dyed Italian leather sectional features solid wood legs with a mahogany finish. A supportive and comfortable seat is courtesy of high-density foam, polyester filling, and feather-down cushions.
Pros: Several colors available and matching furniture pieces, high-density foam, bolster pillows included.
Cons: The sectional is not reversible, but Poly & Bark do sell a left-facing sectional.
7. Acanva Mid-Century Velvet Sectional Sofa
The Acanva Mid-Century Velvet Sectional Sofa is a great option for those who want a sectional that stands out. The mid-century feel brings a modern aesthetic to any room, with options in Grey, Navy and Blue (shown here). The velvety-soft fabric finishes off a welcoming and durable seat that is made from high-resilient density foam. Assembly is easy, seating is ample and the Acanva includes three throw pillows to add to the décor.
Pros: Comfortable, durable cushions, ample seating, easy assembly.
Cons: The sectional is not reversible, but Acanva does sell a left-facing sectional.
8. HONBAY Convertible Modular Sectional Sofa U Shaped
Do you always find yourself fighting over who gets the chaise seat on your sectional? Fight no more with the Honbay Convertible Modular Sectional Sofa U Shaped. The large sectional features a chaise seat on either end of the sofa and two more seats in the middle. The polyester fabric sits on high-density foam cushions that are comfortable and supportive. The modular sofa can be configured in several ways and provides extra storage under the cushions. Honbay offers their convertible sofa in four sizes, making it easy to find seating that works for your space.
Pros: Modular design is versatile, includes storage, memory foam cushion is built directly into the fabric.
Cons: The seats are not very deep and the backs are on the lower side, so this may not be a great option for taller customers.
9. Novogratz Brittany Sectional Futon Sofa
For a versatile pick, we love this option from Novogratz. Not only is it a good-looking couch with a stylish ribbing along the backrest, but it also has the ability to convert into a bed, thanks to its futon-like construction. The Novogratz is available as a sectional in either Navy or Green, giving users solid options that will match easily with most decor choices. And, despite being one of the lightest options on our list, the couch boasts an impressive 600lb weight limit.
Pros: Back folds down to turn into a bed.
Cons: Smaller than other options on our list.
10. Serta Harmon Square Arm Reversible Sectional Sofa
Serta makes some of the best affordable mattresses available, so it only makes sense that the company is also creating sectionals that will make you want to lounge all day. With enough room for three, the Serta Harmon features foam-filled cushions that are supportive and comfortable. The mid-century modern style is finished with premium fabric that will resist dust and stains for a couch that will last.
Pros: Supportive and comfortable cushions, stain-resistant material, reversible chaise.
Cons: The cushions may lose some of their density over time.