As new home-owners, there have been lots of updates and changes we’ve made to our home (especially since it was built in the 1960’s!). So far my favorite and the most impactful update we’ve made (besides painting and scraping the ceilings), was our kitchen update. It made the house feel so much more “us.”
And next up on the list is our basement! Our basement has one large family room that’s finished, and then has a ton of unfinished space. In the next few months we plan to renovate everything—creating space for a bedroom and bathroom, and redoing the family room. Even through the family room is “finished,” it boasts wood-paneled walls, sparkly popcorn ceilings, one tiny window, and oddly placed electrical outlets.
Our end goal is to have the family room be the TV and hang out space, freeing up our living room upstairs to be more of a conversation space that isn’t centered around the TV. And everyone knows that a TV hang out space needs ample and comfortable seating! So, that brings me to today’s post about sectional sofas!
A sectional is definitely high up on my wish list for our basement family room. It’s either that, or we move our current comfy couch (similar) to the basement and get more of a sitting couch for the main floor. We’ll see what happens, but a girl can certainly dream!
There are a ton of really great sectional sofas out there, but today I’ve rounded up 9 incredible mid-century modern inspired sectionals for you. I’ve kept them neutral so you can really focus on the shape, but keep in mind that there are different fabric choices and chaise orientations for basically all of these options.
1. Monroe Mid-Century 2-Piece Chaise Sectional, West Elm | 2. Sven Charme Tan Sectional Sofa, Article | 3. Peggy Mid-Century Terminal Chaise Sectional, West Elm | 4. Nova Bard Gray Sectional Sofa, Article | 5. Andes 3-Piece Chaise Sectional, West Elm | 6. Nockeby Sectional, Ikea | 7. Shelter 2-Piece Terminal Chaise Sectional, West Elm | 8. Burrard Seasalt Gray Sectional, Article | 9. Hamilton 2-Piece Leather Chaise Sectional, West Elm
So what do you think? Are sectionals for you? Which one’s your favorite?