Ready, set, relax! Looking for a reclining sectional with lots of room to stretch out? With a reclining sectional sofa, there’s enough room and comfort to share!
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Liven up things with a vibrant red sectional sofa or bask in the deep richness of a handsome black sectional. Our collection of reclining sectionals comes in a vast array of designs and colors. Find everything from modern sectionals and mid-century sectionals to contemporary sectionals in both bold and neutral colors to suit your living room furniture layout.
Frequently Asked Questions
How big should a room be for a reclining sectional?
Reclining sectionals usually need a space that is 7 feet wide and 10 feet long.
What are some tips for choosing the right reclining sectional?
Make sure that the sectional is the right size for your space. Also, consider the style of the sectional and make sure it meshes well with your existing furniture. Finally, you'll want to think about the function of the sectional (manual or power) and how you plan on using it.
For example, if you have a large family, you might want to choose a sectional with lots of seating so everyone can be comfortable. Alternatively, if you have a smaller space, you might want to choose a more compact sectional that still has all the features you're looking for.
Can you place reclining sectionals against the wall?
When you place a reclining sectional sofa against the wall, it won’t be able to recline. If you want to be able to fully recline your sofa, leave at least 12 inches between the wall and the sofa so that it has enough room to recline.
Are there any disadvantages of reclining sectionals?
Reclining sectionals can be quite heavy and difficult to move, so they're not the best choice if you're looking for furniture that's easy to rearrange.
Can I put a reclining sectional in a small living room?
Even though putting a big piece of furniture in a small living room might seem counterintuitive, it's still possible to put a reclining sectional in a small living room. Today’s modern reclining sectionals have a chic, slim profile that do not overpower the space.
Are leather reclining sectionals better than microfiber?
This is a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer a leather reclining sectional because it's easy to clean and maintain, while others prefer microfiber because it's more comfortable, inexpensive, and durable. If you have kids or pets, leather might be the better choice since it's more durable and resistant to stains.