Furniture Photo Credit: Brougham Interiors

7 Sofas We’d Love to Lounge On

With seating this welcoming, it’s easy to get comfortable and catch up with a friend or two.

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1. Signature Sweep

Designer Karim Rashid invites play and convivial chatter with Ottawa (from $6,559), the sofa he designed for BoConcept. Streamlined yet supple (with 10 different modules), its sculptural shape awaits your signature. boconcept.com

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2. Lounge Act

Recline, linger and converse on the Flex Air from Resource Furniture (from $4,500), which recently won a Red Dot design award. Pliant geometric backrests on the island-like base morph the set-up from sofa to guest bed to double-faced tête-à-tête chaise longue. resourcefurniture.com

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3. It’s a Wrap

The Gentry sofa, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso (from $8,061), evokes tradition while playfully poking fun at it (hence its name). A touch louche with its bowed back and chunky cable-knit tufted upholstery, it almost begs you to take a seat. informinteriors.com

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4. Home Base

Paola Lenti’s Agio (from $35,000) is a low-slung modular sofa system that comes together (or apart) in whatever way a social (or solo) situation calls for;
backrests flatten (or not), and platforms mix and match. livingspace.com

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5. Nesting Place

The all-rounded profiles of the Geo armchair (from $4,150) and loveseat by Saba (from $6,050) are generous and oh so expressive. Voluminous yet light, they’re a soft nest of a perch atop metallic, branch-like legs. broughaminteriors.com

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6. Winged Beauty

The Butterfly by Danish design house Eilersen ($6,549) is a Japanese-Scandi collaboration (hello, hot hybrid style Japandi!) to create a sofa that’s both formal and informal—minimalist from the back, yet soft and relaxed in the front. cfinteriors.ca

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7. Designer’s Pick – Jamie Hamilton and Greer Nelson of Oliver Simon Design

“The Kane sofa by Van Gogh Designs (from $2,600) is classic. It’s not so traditional that it feels stuffy and not so modern that it’s uncomfortable. It’s relaxed and simple, and the ability to choose your own fabric makes it a perfect fit for almost any room. We return to this sofa over and over. One more tip? Splurge on the feather-fill upgrade—it costs a little more, but with that extra comfort, you’ll never regret it!” vangoghdesigns.com

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