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A sectional sofa for under $1,500—that can’t be comfortable, right? Not the case, according to our reviewer, Elise Portale. In fact, the Breanna sectional from Wayfair-owned AllModern exceeded all expectations when it came to quality, comfort, and style, leaving Portale with one word to describe it: luxurious.   

Allmodern Breanna Sofa & Chaise Sectional

The best responsibly manufactured sectional: Sabai Essential Sectional
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We’ve been fans of sustainable furniture brand Sabai’s mission and commitment to the environment for a few years now, but this is the first time we’ve really put them to the sit test! Not only is the sofa incredibly comfortable, affordable, and easy to assemble, it’s space efficient while roomy enough to seat three adults (and a corgi!) at the same time. Sabai seems to have done the impossible: made a great-looking sofa that’s gentler on the planet and won’t cost a fortune.

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Sabai Essential Sectional

The best sectional for (almost) endless customization: Apt2B Logan Two Piece Sectional Sofa 
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All of Apt2B’s sofas are made to order and most of them—including the Logan model tested by our contributor Mackenzie Gasset—are manufactured in Los Angeles. The digital-first brand boasts an impressive customization model that offers not just a couch built for your home, but also for your lifestyle. With its understated and contemporary style, the Logan is available in more than 50 fabric options varying in both color and material: Microfiber, performance velvet, or multiple woven options. On top of all of those options, the model is a reversible sectional (i.e. you can decide whether you want the chaise lounge on the left or the right side, depending on the layout of your living room). “The Logan sectional allowed me to be very intentional about curating the kind of space I want my living room to be,” Mackenzie said of the design process. Perhaps most importantly, the piece feels well-made. The foam cushions are well structured and comfortable, and the fabric is sturdy and stain resistant. This classically midcentury-modern couch will go well with any decor style, but its size and configuration make it best suited for larger homes with space to move around.

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Logan 2 Piece Sectional Sofa

Leather sectionals

Is there anything sexier than a leather couch? Lenny Kravitz has, like, seven in his Brazilian compound, so our answer is probably no. Even faux leather sofas have gotten better-looking of late. Style factor aside, leather sofas have a multitude of practical benefits, such as getting better with age and being hypoallergenic and easy to clean. We tested two standout sectional couches—one traditionally tufted, one three-seater with a chic chaise longue—that we think will liven up you living space.

The most versatile leather sectional: Article Sven
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It’s easy to see what makes Sven a best-seller for Canadian retailer Article. Available in fabric upholstery (including velvet) or leather, the midcentury–inspired silhouette checks all the boxes if you’re looking for a classic couch. Not too soft, not too deep seated, not too small (or too big!) for a family of three, the Sven is what reviewer Audrey Lee calls the “Golidlocks of couches.” Because of its solid construction, it might take a minute or two to get the lived-in look of a well-worn leather sofa, but we have a feeling it will be worth the wait. 

Sven Sectional in Oxford Blue Leather

The best sectional sofa that comes with an interior designer: Interior Define Gaby
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