When it comes to sofas, no century does it better than the midcentury. And from loveseats with hairpin legs to sectionals with built-in coffee tables, the era’s designers left a impact on the design of the modern sofa. With hundreds of upholstery fabrics in any color to match (or contrast) your decor and legs crafted in all shapes and wood finishes, there are more choices than ever for a new MCM-style sofa. Let us get you started on your search with our top 7 midcentury sofas, loveseats and sectionals that exude bold character.
Whether you buy it as a sofa with a coffee table extension or you buy a second to truly make it a sectional, you can customize the upholstery of this Classic Sectional to suit your space with a crisp, modern vibe.
If you’re tight on space, you don’t have to be tight on style. With 73 fabric options and 3 available wood stains, the Roller Loveseat is a compact sofa capable of packing a style punch.
Straight-edged and stylish, the Woodrow Box sofa is a style we’re loving right now. Pair it with walnut framing and white aniline leather and you’ve got a sophisticated mod look for any season.
A simple and mod as you can get, the striking lines and hairpin legs of the Modernica Case Study daybed is the perfect addition to a minimalist space.
Need a great modernist sofa but don’t want to spend a fortune? Good news: Built chemical free with sustainable materials, the Vine eco-friendly sofa is as easy on your wallet as it is on the planet.
For a look that’s classic, why try to improve upon perfection? Choose your fabric for the Baxter sectional with bumper and bring the straightforward silhouette and splayed legs of this look home.
For the ultimate glamorous, modernist sectional, look no further than the raised headrests and swooping C-curve of the Rotunde curved sectional sofa. Whether you’ve got a ranch in Miami or just like to decorate like you do, this conversationalist’s dream is for you.