No room is complete without seating. After all, you need a place to take a load off and relax a bit. In a home with a mid-century modern aesthetic, you may wonder about your seating options. A right-facing sectional could be the perfect choice. See how one can fit into your space and check out some of the designs you can bring home today.
The Advantages of a Right-Facing Sectional
There are a lot of different ways to add seating to a room: traditional couches and sofas, standalone chairs and even stools and ottomans. The beauty of a sectional is that you get the functionality of a couch with the relaxed nature of a chaise or recliner. Everyone in the family will find their favorite spot to chill out.
A right-facing sectional also gives you plenty of styling and layout options. They work well in corners or in the middle of a room and can help you define an area of the room as the lounge space. You also don’t have to restrict yourself to using a right-facing sectional only in a living room. Put one in an office for extra seating or use it in a primary bedroom that has enough room. You can add one anywhere you want to add a bit of mid-century flair.
3 Sectional Options To Consider
There are so many great right-facing sectional options available, so here are a few top choices that really embody that mid-century feel without being too vintage. You can work them into a full mid-century design plan or have them be standalone mid-century pieces.
The Calle sectional has the right blend of modern design with mid-century elements. The sofa has clean lines and a beautiful natural leather color that gives you the natural feeling that is characteristic of mid-century furniture. The legs also help; they are wood with minimal lines and angles, very fitting for this look. You can also switch to brass legs for a bit of shine.
Another great option is the Napa sectional. With a few soft rounded edges and distinct lines that extend down to the legs, it will bring a mid-century feel to any space. This sectional is available in different colors including blue, so you can add a pop of bold color into your room if you’d like. It’s a nice option for an office or study.
For something that will take you right back to the 1950s and 1960s (in a good way), check out the Marcel sectional. It doesn’t have visible legs, instead sitting close to the floor. That creates a minimalist look that reminds you of classic Palm Springs. It’s easy to sit down and sink in for a movie for a relaxing night with family.
Find Your Next Right-Facing Sectional
When it’s time to find new seating, think beyond the traditional couch or armchair and see if a right-facing sectional could fit into your space.