The Best Chaise Sectionals You Can Buy Right Now

published Jul 14, 2022
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Anyone who has ever decorated a living space knows that shopping for a sofa is one of the hardest tasks a home dweller takes on. This isn’t a side table or a lighting fixture that could easily be swapped out at a moment’s notice — a sofa is an investment piece, and in more ways than one.

A great sofa will likely set you back a couple hundred (or thousand) dollars and with it also acting as the focal point of the living room, it’s the piece that’s going to help shape the rest of your room’s look. Gulp. No pressure, right? Fear not, all it takes is some planning. The first thing you’ll want to do is figure out which type of sofa you want, and a can’t miss option perfect for large and small spaces alike is the chaise sectional sofa.

Fitting an ample amount of lounge space into its design, these sofas are made for those looking for the ultimate space to kick back and relax. To help get you started on your quest, we rounded up 12 of the best sectional sofas with chaises on the market today (and some of them even double as storage space!)

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West Elm

After testing and rating every sofa at West Elm (no, really) Apartment Therapy awarded the Dalton chaise sectional with the title of "Best Luxury Sofa for Less". Tester and Best List writer Kendall shared, "The Dalton sectional does the most to make us feel like we’re sitting on something very expensive. Its low-profile, minimalist design and tall, bench-style seat cushions make an immediate visual impression. The Dalton’s movable, reclining, and super-plush back pillows are paired with buoyant seats, making it a perfect marriage between the contemporary, angular aesthetic and serious comfort. For a sectional that looks and feels thousands of dollars more luxurious than it really is, the Dalton is our pick." Hard to argue with a review like that.

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Albany Park
was $2199.00

If you want a sofa that’ll fit plenty, this leather chaise sectional will do the trick. At nearly 114 inches wide, it can comfortably seat the whole family. Distressed, vegan leather covers high-resiliency, feather-wrapped foam, ensuring soft seating for you and your guests. Choose from either left or right orientations to ensure the long section of the couch faces the direction that best fits your space.

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We love the innovative design of the Ethel sectional from Abbyson Living. Versatile and reversible, it features a classic chaise design with a moveable storage ottoman that can be used as a table, as a bed, or to put your feet up. That's what we call a triple threat.

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was $2069.00

Think you can't have a chaise sofa in your tiny studio? Think again. The Morrissey sofa is a small space dream. Not only does this chic green velvet sofa have a storage chaise perfect for kicking back and relaxing, but the other side also opens up to reveal a twin mattress for impromptu guests.

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Cool, contemporary, and cozy, the Ballinsloe sofa is just begging for a movie night, isn't it? This sectional is the perfect place for you and your loved ones to curl up on with its chic clean-lined design and soft platinum upholstery.

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Add some bold color to your living room with this affordable sofa from Amazon's own Rivet line. Featuring a detachable ottoman, this cream-colored couch has a reversible chaise and a sleek mid-century design that'll make it a neutral standout in any living space. (Just look at those gorgeous beechwood legs!)

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Storage? Check. A pull-out sleeper? Also, check. Extra seating? You guessed it. The Santini sleeper sofa has everything you need to create the ultimate living space with a roomy storage chaise, a sleeper design, and hidden ottomans that double as extra seating. Quite the multitasker.

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The Pebble Chaise Sectional Sofa has curves in all the right places, with rounded edges that create an effortlessly elegant silhouette. Choose between left or right orientations in Ivory White, Ocean Blue, Forest Green, or Shadow Grey — they'll all look fantastic paired with those sultry brass cap legs.

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A reader favorite thanks to its kid- and pet-friendly design, the Floyd sofa and chaise is built with comfort and durability in mind. To put it to the test, the people at Floyd tested its strength in an unusual way: by dropping weights on it. They wanted to simulate what 10 years of heavy use would look like, so they repeatedly dropped weights on it, pulled on the backrest, and tried as hard as they could to bend the legs. Nothing budged. The birch wood frame, powder-coated steel legs, stain-resistant fabric, and dense two-layer cushions stayed in place then, and they’ll stay comfortably in place for you and your family for many years, too.

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was $1512.98

Looking for a double chaise sectional? The Cambri is the perfect pick. Featuring a U-shape design, you get not one but two chaises with this sofa, so you no longer have to worry about fighting over who gets to put their feet up. Plus, it's not too bad to look at either, no?

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One of our favorite sectional sofas is the Concord from Allmodern. With a quintessential mid-century look, this gorgeous button-tufted pick is a sofa made with style in mind. Best of all, it comes in a bright yellow that’ll instantly cheer up any space — but if you prefer to decorate with more traditional hues, there are a few of those available, too!

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With a name like Serta behind this sofa you know it's going to be a good one. Available in three chic, neutral colors, this reclining sectional comes with a storage chaise on one side, a recliner seat on the other, and a cozy, cushioned foam fill you won't want to leave.