With plush fabrics and custom features (Extra cushions, anyone?), these sofas are as comfortable as they are stylish.
Designer’s Pick by Ami McKay
Ami McKay is the Vancouver-based founder of Pure Design and a finalist in Western Living‘s Designer’s of the Year 2015 competition.
“I love the versatility and timeless style of the Harris sofa. This is a sofa you could reupholster many times and it would still be considered effortlessly stylish in 50 years. Montauk also uses sustainable materials in the production of their furniture, and I’m always excited to support a company that shares similar values as my company, Pure.”
5 More Sofas We Love
1 / 5
The Thea sofa (from $8,849) by MDF Italia has six different upholstered “modules,” from chaise longue to pouf—just pick your point of view: a straight-lined front, a tilt from the side or a concave back. mdfitalia.it; livingspace.com
2 / 5
Think substantial yet soft, traditional yet tactile, long yet lush: you’ve got the Egoist sofa ($4,319) by Nathan Anthony. mintinteriors.ca
3 / 5
With tufted classicism in the back and super-sleek modernity in the seat, the Tudor sofa bridges eras rather royally (from $15,815). i4mariani.com; spencerinteriors.ca
4 / 5
Make a Nest
The Cocoon sofa (from $6,295) by Eilersen is just that—a place to cozy up with a custom mix of cushions, bolsters and armrests, yet sit pretty. eilersen.eu; studioydesign.ca; countryfurniture.net
5 / 5
The curvaceous form of the GIA sofa ($2,499) on its slender frame makes for one enviable shape. crateandbarrel.ca