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Where to purchase contemporary sofa/chaise sectional

Posted by SG00 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 29, 13 at 2:56

I'm searching for a contemporary sectional (loveseat sofa with chaise) approximately 115" wide, 40" deep, 32" high. I love the Reid sectional from DWR (see image below), but the price is too high ($6500 and up) and the seat is too low (14" high) anyway.

Any recommendations of where to find similarly styled, but durable, good quality sectionals?

I live in the Bay Area of CA, and like most people, would prefer to purchase something I can sit on and try out first.

Am open to custom sofa builders, but don't know who's good and who's not.

Thanks for any guidance you can send my way!

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RE: Where to purchase contemporary sofa/chaise sectional

Try Room and Board. They use some of the same manufacturers as DWR. Room and Board prices are also a little more reasonable.

RE: Where to purchase contemporary sofa/chaise sectional

Hi - I'm doing a similar search for a clean-lined sectional, and I'm curious what you wound up with and whether you're happy with it. I've looked at DWR and R&B, but I'm wondering about going straight to the manufacturers (DWR claims they manufacture their own pieces, btw). I also live in the Bay Area so if you found a good local source I'd love to know... thanks!

RE: Where to purchase contemporary sofa/chaise sectional

I ended up purchasing a custom-built sectional from Furniture Envy in San Francisco. I was able to choose all dimensions and ended up with a piece that looks very similar to the Reid sectional at Design Within Reach, but at a fraction of the price. Furniture Envy offers numerous fabrics to choose from, numerous frame styles that can be selected as-is, or modified. Customers can also use COM fabric, at an upcharge. My sectional (almost 10'w with a right side chaise) arrived in less than two months. The process was very smooth and I'm very happy with the product. I will note that a comparable piece from DWR or other higher-end manufacturers (Thayer Coggin, Mitchell Gold, etc) might have better construction, but my piece is very sturdy and given that I purchased it for a family room where there is lots of kid activity/traffic, this was the absolute right choice.

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