These Editor-Tested and -Approved West Elm Sofas and Dining Room Tables Are Up to 20% Off Right Now

published Sep 19, 2022
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The best editor-tested sofas and sectionals at West Elm
Credit: West Elm
West Elm Editor-tested Sofas, Sleepers, and Sectionals

When it comes to versatile, quality furniture, no brand does it better than West Elm. The mid-century-modern-inspired retailer has long been a favorite of ours here at Apartment Therapy, thanks to their of-the-moment designs, renter-friendly sizes, and timeless quality. Another not-to-be-forgotten perk of shopping at West Elm? Their stuff regularly goes on sale!

Such is the case with the editor-favorite picks below, which are all culled from our beloved sofa and dining table reviews. From a drop-leaf dining table that seamlessly flexes between work-from-home life and dinner to a cloud-like couch that one editor describes as “made to nap on,” our vetted picks are sure to be a welcome addition to your apartment or house. Our promise? You can rely on these pieces to up the style and comfort factor in your home — and, for a limited time, they’ll do less damage to your bank account. That’s what we like to call a triple threat.

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was $3998.00

If cloud-like comfort is on your wishlist, look no further than West Elm's Harmony sofa. Described by our editor Kendall as "made to nap on," this stylish retro piece comes in two configurations (a left and right L-shape) and over 112 fabric options, many of which are currently on sale. The surplus of pillows that adorn the sectional come in a variety of different fills, which provide ample support whether you're working from home or streaming your favorite series.

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This cushy sleeper sectional earned raved reviews for its many sensible perks, including a roomy storage compartment under the chaise and a Full-sized pull-out bed. "Everything moves easily, and the lid of the chaise closes softly with or without the easy-pull tab — no finger-crushing here," Kendall wrote. This sofa is also on the petite side, making it a great option for a home office that has to double as a guest room on the weekends.

3 / 10
West Elm
was $3298.00

If you basically want to disappear into your sofa like quicksand, the extra-plush Haven sectional is for you. With deep seats, a long chaise, and a bench-like configuration, this relaxed design will have you breathing a sigh of relief after a long day. It won major points with our editor for customizability and nap-ability, proving once and for all that comfort is king when sofa shopping.

4 / 10
West Elm
was $2598.00

One of the more affordable picks on our list, the Harris sectional from West Elm certainly doesn't skimp on comfort. While it's not the most plush sofa the brand has to offer, it provides the ideal amount of support if your sofa also doubles as a place where you take meetings, work on your computer or host epic game nights (basically anything where you need to be sitting upright!). The roomy chaise provides ample room for stretching out (or for your pup to perch at your feet), and its minimalist and clean design allows it to meld with nearly any decor style.

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Talk about the deal of the century! Coming in at a whopping $700 off, West Elm's Parker sofa is perfect for anyone looking to score a deal on a quality piece of furniture (so, um, all of us?). Beloved by our editor for its mid-century modern appeal, the Parker boasts deep, medium-firm seats and a wide chaise. Our favorite part? The chic wooden support frame, which adds a wow factor to any living room.

6 / 10
West Elm
was $2799.00

Add a masculine edge to your space with West Elm's Hamilton leather sofa. It boasts vintage appeal that looks like it just came out of a clubhouse or cool flea market, only with plush, down-filled cushions for all the comfort and longevity you need. Our editor was especially taken by its comfortable sit and slightly tailored appearance, calling it the epitome of "reliable utility."

7 / 10
West Elm
was $2698.00

Sleek sophistication meets timeless comfort in West Elm's Andes sectional, thanks to a streamlined shape, deep seating, and angular legs. But the best part of this piece is its versatility. You can cozy it up with some patterned pillows or a colorful blanket, or leave it as is and let the numerous fabric options (over 200!) take center stage.

8 / 10
West Elm
was $1399.00

Holiday entertaining is just a few months away, so if you haven't found your perfect dining table yet, there's no time like the present. West Elm's Avery table touts a classic shape that can easily flex between various decor styles (think: boho or farmhouse). Our editor Kendall loved the piece for its capacity and versatility, calling it a "standout dining table that still offers maximum seating space and leg room."

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Calling all small-space dwellers! This drop-leaf dining table from West Elm is about to become your new BFF. With a sturdy wood leaf that takes it from 24" to 48", it's the ideal flexible piece to carry you from WFH ease to dinner party bliss. Bonus: The chic yet versatile design helps it blend with your decor whether you favor Scandi-chic or industrial modern.

10 / 10
West Elm
was $999.00

If you're a family (or collection of roomies) that's tough on their stuff, you'll love this contract grade — meaning it’s made to meet the demands of commercial use — dining table from West Elm. Instead of real wood, it features an engineered wood top with a slight sheen that ups the glam factor in your dining room or kitchen. It's easy to clean (great for art projects or messy eaters!) and expands to seat up to eight guests depending on your needs.