Continuing my sofa roundups, this one specially targets the most famous and enduring mid-century designs, all by Greats. While these are classic, extremely well made and licensed originals from - in most cases - the original manufacturer, you can certainly find these shapes at lower prices if you go for a copy. It won't be the same thing or last as long, but it will look similar. This one above is by Florence Knoll in 1954. Part of her Lounge Collection, it "Consists of a distinct, fully tufted, seat and back covering attached to an exposed metal frame and legs. The versatile collection includes lounge chair, settee and sofa, Ideal in both formal and informal settings." Which is your favorite?