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Apt2B is your go-to source for show-stopping apartment-size sofas, from vintage-glam to contemporary-cool. Settle into a rad mid-century apartment-sized sofa or play to your traditional side with something overstuffed and undersized from Apt2B.com. Most of these compact apartment-perfect couches are constructed in Los Angeles and made with locally sourced, certified-sustainable materials so you get comfort, quality and eco-friendly furniture no matter what. The best part is that you can customize most styles with your choice of awesome fabric. Tiny houses and urban apartments need love, too, which is why we've developed a collection of gorgeous apartment-friendly furniture to showcase your unique personal style and maximize small spaces. Who else, but Apt2B would have a dazzling selection of apartment-size furniture? Pick out a tufted apartment sofa if you're all about the details or cozy up in a classic small sofa with rolled arms that are a little bit fancy. These miniature but mighty sofas are finished with sleek legs and accents that make them pop in any space. Our apartment-size sofas and sectionals don't skimp on quality, either. They are fashioned with high-density foam cushioning and many of them are backed by American-made craftsmanship so you can expect them to hold up for years. We offer smaller sofas in sizes ranging from 48 inches wide to 71 inches wide so you can find a style that's configured for your specific space. Our amazing apartment sofas and apartment-size sectionals can be customized to your liking with a huge selection of high-quality fabrics to play to your specific tastes, whether it's simplified and sassy or funky and over-the-top. Request a free fabric swatch if you'd like to get a close-up of your preferred fabric before purchasing. With free in-home delivery and hassle-free returns, there's no reason not to try out one of these sexy seating options from Apt2B in your apartment today. Stop trying to make traditional sized couches fit and shop the apartment experts at Apt2B to find your picture perfect and super comfy apartment-size sofa and sectional.
Even after nearly 10 years working on home makeover shows, both behind-the-scenes and in front of the camera, I still break into a sweat every time I see a moving van or delivery truck pull up to a condo or apartment building and out comes a sofa. Why? No matter how much measuring is done beforehand, it’s almost guaranteed that a sofa will not make it into its intended room because of (a) tricky corners to turn, (b) way-too-tight hallways to pass through, or (c) rooms with sharp angles. Keeping in mind that most newer homes have 36 inch wide doorways is definitely a good rule of thumb to go by; however, it’s not the end all/be all for choosing a sofa sure to fit. ENTER the apartment sofa.
Except, I ended up with a bigger sofa. How? I bought a smallish sectional sofa. Because it’s 3 pieces, I could easily get into my apartment and arrange to fit my apartment.
Williams-Sonoma Customizable Sectional Sofa From $1,450 Williams Sonoma Home Williams-Sonoma's most affordable and modular offering, the W-S Sectional is their "signature sectional that lets you tailor your seating to intimate or grand spaces." With a super cozy roll arm, even back and loose cushions, the frame has mortise-and-tenon joinery, kiln-dried sustainably harvested hardwood and 8-way hand-tied springs in seat and sinuous steel springs in back." All cushions are foam core wrapped with a "premium down blend."
I will admit that I used to think of sectionals only for BIG rooms, but times have changed, designs are MUCH more modular and I want to highlight that sectionals can really be a solution for a small space as well as a large one (our readers voted for sectional over sofa and chairs here and over here they weighed the pros and cons). Why? You can buy only what you need (they're easier to get up the stairs and through the door) and then add to them later when you have a bigger home. Here is our first ever guide to top picks in the Sectional Department. Enjoy and let me know if you have more in the comments.
When I’m designing or decorating apartments or condos, I usually limit my sofa selection solely to those labeled “apartment size”. This often suggests a width between 68 and 72 inches versus the standard which is 84. Nine times out of ten, these will work. Their scale is more fit for smaller spaces, plus they are easier to lug up and down stairs. If you’ve never before heard of this magical sitting-pretty creation, allow me to introduce you to six superb apartment-sized sofas you can find online or through popular retail stores. And if there’s one thing Mr. Brian taught you about design, it’s to always measure doorway and hallway widths before shopping for sofas, right? Very good then.
Gus Mix Modular Sofa From $980 GUS*Modern Another super modular solution where every piece is a cube that can be swapped in and out, GUS "lets you mix and match components and fabrics to build a custom sectional, sofa or chaise to perfectly suit your space." I particularly like the mixing of the fabrics as seen above, along with the matching (or not) bolsters. Made of Kiln dried FSC certified hardwood and each piece joined with integrated connectors on the underside.
Walton Sectional From $250 West Elm West Elm crushes it with sectional choices that allow you to "build your own" in many different styles. The Walton is only one, but very well priced and shows off what they do well, which is give you building blocks you can scale to any space.
Williams-Sonoma's most affordable and modular offering, the W-S Sectional is their "signature sectional that lets you tailor your seating to intimate or grand spaces." With a super cozy roll arm, even back and loose cushions, the frame has mortise-and-tenon joinery, kiln-dried sustainably harvested hardwood and 8-way hand-tied springs in seat and sinuous steel springs in back." All cushions are foam core wrapped with a "premium down blend."
New Standard Sectional Collection From $1,699 Blu Dot A stunning collection from the fellows out at Blu Dot, the New Standard has a sharp modern silhouette that is gently lifted on slim metal legs. With over thirty pieces/configurations, you can run this from armchair to ottoman to huge sectional and back down again.
Jasper Sectional From $1,999 Room & Board One of many new styles at R&B, the Jasper has a great, mid century style with nicely lifted wood legs and the ability to switch the chaise to the left or right at will. Their "Sectional Builder" allows you to customize the Jasper (as well as other styles) any way you want and buy piece by piece switching out fabrics.
Though a little more expensive (at a sale price of $1,192), you can customize this tufted-back sofa. (Note: Club Furniture shows the three-cushion sofa for the Isadore model. The apartment-sized option has two cushions.)
Another super modular solution where every piece is a cube that can be swapped in and out, GUS "lets you mix and match components and fabrics to build a custom sectional, sofa or chaise to perfectly suit your space." I particularly like the mixing of the fabrics as seen above, along with the matching (or not) bolsters. Made of Kiln dried FSC certified hardwood and each piece joined with integrated connectors on the underside.
Ellyson Sectional Sofa From $899 Crate and Barrel Crate has a large offering of sectionals, and I chose this one for it's gentle stlying and traditional roll arm, which seemed a little unusual to me. Made in North Carolina, the Ellyson has eight swappable units that allow you to expand or contract with ease, a standout "corner arm" and all cushions are wrapped in a fiber-down blend.
Cielo II Sectional Sofa From $1,798 CB2 A brand new offering from CB2, the Cielo offers two configurations and the flexibility of being able to move pieces around. It features an attractive, slim design, "chunky" polyester weave fabric and super soft cushions with "down and feather wrap downproof ticking." USA made.
After seeing my own penny-pinching parents trade in their hefty-sized home for a blink-and-you’ll-miss-the-living-room-sized apartment, it’s a given that many of us will be gearing up to live in tighter, more economical spaces at some point. Whether you’re moving into your first apartment, buying your first condo or retiring to a townhouse, you need my help. (If not, then congratulations to you and please send me a check for a third bedroom addition.)
This is my favorite small sectional. I love the contrasting colors, sleek design and it’s extremely comfortable with plug seating cushions and back cushions. An added benefit are the platform tables on each end… although these do add to the size, which may preclude it as an option in very small spaces.
The rolled-arm, slipcovered Baldwin sofa from Ballard Designs is ideal for the most traditional apartment or condo dweller. Control freaks like me will especially enjoy that it can be made with custom fabrics; this simply involves mailing them the bolt. If you happen to be known for spilling cocktails as much as feelings, keep in mind that its slipcover will be your new best friend.
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