In this prefab poolhouse addition to a 1928 home, the giant, inviting sofa is a place for gathering (or napping). It was a secondhand score, believed to be a 1950s Edward Wormley piece for Dunbar.
Even on a smaller scale, sectionals make a much more lounge-friendly option than a traditional sofa, as evidenced by this convertible couch by Gesa Hansen.
A built-in sectional outfitted with shelves turns this guest house in Sea Ranch, California, into the coziest reading nook of all.
This red Viesso sofa is a fitting match for an eco-friendly town house in Harlem. It features an FSC-certified frame and a stuffing of all-natural latex. It was recovered in Bella-Dura, a 100 percent American-made technical fabric, woven using a proprietary polyolefin fiber.
In this Antwerp live-work art gallery, a sofa by Flexform with cushions from textile firm Chevalier Masson offers ample acreage for deep couch sitting.