The classical Doyle sectional sofa

Sectional sofas are usually the perfect choice for large living rooms. They are comfortable and cozy, they usually have elegant designs and they are great for conversation area. The Doyle sectional sofa is also a classical beauty. It’s a contemporary piece of furniture but it’s also reminiscent of the traditional designs.

Doyle is a five-piece sectional that also features two corner units. The design includes two middle sections and an ottoman. The sectional also comes with eight decorative pillows. Even though it’s a compact unit, the sectional has a modular design that allows it to be used in a variety of different ways and combinations. Moreover, each piece can also be purchased separately. This way you can create your own design, with as many seats as you want.

The Doyle sectional is handcrafted of wood and it features leather and cotton/polyester upholstery. It has a casual and yet elegant design. The nailhead trim is a classical detail that makes the sectional stand out. The dimensions of the sectional without the ottoman are 160″W x 43″D x 36″T; seat, 18.5″T. The corner units come with two decorative pillows and their dimensions are 43″Sq. x 36″T; seat, 18.5″T. The middle section measures 37″W x 43″D x 36″T; seat, 18.5″T and it also come with two decorative pillows. The ottoman’s dimensions are 36″Sq. x 17.5″T.Available for $1,729.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on April 30th, 2012


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